10th Annual Women in Technology Celebration Scholarship Application Form
In recognition of the vital need for ongoing technology education and certification, NMTC and our sponsors will award a single scholarship to one of our members at its annual Women in Tech Celebration on March 8, 2018. The scholarship may fund additional education, job training, or certification so that one of our own can switch to a career in technology or gain the skills needed to advance in her technology career.

The scholarship is open to women who:

• Are residents of New Mexico.
• Are actively seeking or enrolled in a technology job (re-)training or certification program.
This includes, but is not limited to, academic classes, seminars, certification, or job-training
• Will commit to volunteering on an NMTC committee for the coming year.
• Are current individual or business members in good standing with NMTC. Not yet a member?
Join here: https://nmtechcouncil.org/become-a-member/
• Have successfully completed high school and have a diploma, GED Certificate, or other
completion award.

Eligible individuals must submit the following:

• Completed application form (see below).
• Resume showing prior employment, education, awards, skills and community service
(emailed to WITScholarship@nmtechcouncil.org)
• Maximum of three letters of recommendation (none should be from family members),
scanned and emailed to WITScholarship@nmtechcouncil.org.

Deadline to apply is Thursday, February 15, 2018 at 5:00pm MST!

Name of Applicant *
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Applicant's Mailing Address (include Street, City, State & Zip) *
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Most recent renewal (or join) date for your NMTC membership *
Home Phone
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Mobile Phone *
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Email Address *
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Narrative *
Provide a narrative explaining the reasons you should receive this scholarship and how you would contribute to NMTC in 2018. Subjects you may discuss include financial need, academic abilities, accomplishments, community service, relevant personal characteristics, your career plans, your involvement with NMTC, etc.
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