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VSAC awards $1.4 million in scholarships to high school seniors
WINOOSKI (May 21, 2020) –Vermont Student Assistance Corp. has announced it has awarded over $1.4 million in scholarships to graduating high school seniors to continue their education after high school.
In addition to the...
VSAC’s “have takeout on us” celebrates H.S. Class of 2020
Congrats high school seniors! Share a photo for a chance at your favorite grub compliments of VSAC.
WINOOSKI (May 15, 2020) – To all the graduating high school seniors in Vermont: Congratulations! VSAC wants to pay for takeout, to celebrate you.
That’s right. Vermont Student Assistance Corp. will pay $50 toward takeout for 5...
VSAC workshops focus on managing college costs
Learn about financial aid resources that help families pay for education after high school
WINOOSKI (February 24, 2020) – Vermont Student Assistance Corp. is hosting free workshops at local high schools to help sophomores, juniors and their parents learn about the financial aid resources for education and training...
Looking for a new career direction? VSAC has a plan for you.
Join us for a night: Take workshops, learn about loan rehab & apply for a grant to upskill your career.
WINOOSKI (February 10, 2020) – Looking for the next step in your career? Vermont Student Assistance Corp. can help you find the job training and money to pay for it at a College & Career Pathways night near you.
Time is running out: VSAC scholarships close Feb. 12
150 scholarships worth $5 million – and only for Vermonters
WINOOSKI (Jan. 30, 2020)— The deadline to apply for one of the 150 scholarships managed by Vermont Student Assistance Corp. closes soon – Feb.12. Don’t miss out on over $5 million in awards to help Vermonters pay for their...
The Curtis Fund receives $300,000 from Hoehl Family Foundation
3-year grant funds career training for hundreds in ‘promising career fields’
The Hoehl Family Foundation has awarded $300,000 to The Curtis Fund’s new Credentials of Value scholarship program, helping hundreds of Vermonters complete career training for Vermont’s high-demand, high-return jobs.