Engineering Technology Scholarship
Engineering Technology degrees, such as those offered at Vermont Tech, are a pathway to an engineering career.
Engineering Technology degrees put an emphasis on practice-based learning through hands-on laboratories that use state-of-the-art equipment. Students examine and solve real-world problems in the process of learning engineering. They are taught by faculty who are actively engaged with today's cutting-edge technology industries. The degrees offer internship opportunities with local businesses through faculty connections. These degree programs recognize that workforce experience is an important component of the curriculum.
- Scholarships: Arthur M. Williams Memorial Scholarship, Craig A. Rogers Scholarship, Judith B. Gray & Sergeant Jamie Gray Memorial Scholarship, Vermont Ready-Mix Concrete Association Scholarship, Vermont Society of Engineers Education and Research Foundation Scholarship, Vermont Women in Technology Scholarship Program
Engineering Technology Scholarship
An annual scholarship for students who qualify, based on admission to the college, cumulative grade point average, non-VT residency, and intended major in any of Vermont Tech's Engineering Technology degree programs.
To find out your eligibility for your total aid package, we encourage you to complete the 2017-2018 FAFSA and enter our school code: 003689.
To learn more about our programs and the Engineering Technology Scholarship, contact the Assistant Director of Admissions and Engineering Recruitment Specialist, Paul. Give him a call or email him a question.
Paul is here to help you learn why thousands of students have choosen Vermont Tech for its great job placement rates, close-knit community and STEM education.
Assistant Director of Admissions
Engineering Technology Recruitment Specialist
- Engineering is a good fit; it keeps me busy.
- Luckily for me, engineering pays well.
- With a Vermont Tech degree, my tuition will pay off.
Deema AL Namee
- I've lived on campus the whole time
- Vermont is a great place to live
- Currently going for a second degree
- I learn better in small classrooms
- I take advantage of the tutoring sessions
- When I'm not in class, you can find me enjoying the outdoors
- I'm an out-of-state student
- I'm used to a small class environment
- I have found my passion
- I was a VAST Student
- I love art, it's great for relaxing
- My hard work has paid off!
- I have enjoyed Vermont Tech’s small size and helpful faculty.
- My tuition money won’t go to waste.
- I’ll make a high salary as an electrical engineer.
- I am continuing my education
- I am currently employed at an engineering consulting firm
- I am continuing to become the best version of myself
- I work in the Student Affairs Office.
- I plan on enrolling in the Manufacturing Engineering Technology bachelor’s degree program next year.
- I want to figure out a way to give back to the manufacturing community after I earn my degree.
- I worked full time during my studies
- Electrical is a great foundation for all fields
- I still learn every day
- Mechanical Engineering Intern, EYP Architecture & Engineering, Boston, Massachusetts
- Graduated with a B.S. in Architectural Engineering Technology, 2013
- I appreciate Vermont Tech faculty’s one-on-one attention.
- I’ve made lots of connections through professional organizations.
- I’ve met engineers who rave about Vermont Tech.
Grace De Geus
- I get a lot of experience with my lab work.
- I already have a job in my field.
- My strength in math is paying off in my coursework.
Education & Career Opportunities
Percent Job and Advanced Education Placement Rate in Electrical Engineering Technology
Vermont Tech Engineering Technology student outcomes are strong. The class of 2016 had a 100% job and advanced placement rate within six months of graduation. Many students have internships while they’re in college that lead to full-time employment after graduation.
Associated Faculty & Staff
- Andrew P. Booth
- Samuel C. Colwell
- Jeremy Cornwall
- John W. Diebold
- Fen Du
- Ralph M. Esposito
- Matt Gallagher
- Christopher C. Gray
- David B. Jarmy
- John N. Kidder, Jr.
- Michael Marceau
- Brad J. Miller, PE
- John T. Murphy
- Mary L. O'Leary
- Faraydon Pakbaz
- J. Chris Reilly, PE
- Albert L. Robitaille, PE
- Scott A. Sabol, PE
- Jack R. Smith
- Andre J. St. Denis
- Kenneth John Vandermark