Noncredit Career Training Scholarships
The Friends of McHenry County College Foundation offers financial support to MCC students interested in noncredit career training programs that provide professional certification, licensure, or other industry-recognized credentials.
- Pathways Scholarship - The Pathways Scholarship is awarded to students who have been impacted by COVID-19. Those that enroll in professional certification and career training courses are eligible for 50–75% of the course fee. Students must complete the Career Training Scholarship Application and may also be asked to attend a brief in-person interview. Students age 16 and older may apply.
- Rotary Club of Cary-Grove Continuing Education Training Scholarship - Students, 16 years of age or older, who reside in the 60013 or 60021 zip codes and are furthering their education through noncredit workforce and career training programs may apply for funding. Funding will cover between 50-75% of the scholarship recipient's noncredit course fee.
- Vocational Career Training Scholarship - The Vocational Career Training Scholarship awards students who enroll in professional certification and career training courses up to 50% of the course fee. Students must complete the Career Training Scholarship Application and may be asked to attend a brief in-person interview. Students age 16 and older may apply.
Print and submit a completed career training scholarship application to the Friends of MCC Foundation to apply for scholarships.
Applicants may be asked to attend an in-person interview as part of the scholarship review committee's selection process.
- Retired Adult Program Scholarship - Students age 50 or better who need assistance paying the RAP program membership fee or class fees may contact RAP@mchenry.edu for more information about scholarship/sponsorship criteria and application procedure.
MCC accepts applications for scholarships for credit programs twice a year. Find out about scholarships for credit programs »