CONGRATULATIONS

AAMA Scholarship Winners

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CONGRATULATIONS

AAMA Scholarship Winners

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CONGRATULATIONS

AAMA Scholarship Winners

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Teaming Up

The AAMA and the Alabama Community College System are teaming up to help Alabamians interested in pursuing a technical education certificate or associate degree in preparation for a career related to the automotive manufacturing industry.

Use your scholarship over 2 semesters at any one of the 23 eligible community colleges in the state.

Here are the steps:

Submit a completed application packet by the deadline.

Including:

  • Completed application.
  • A maximum 500-word essay telling why you want to work in Alabama’s automotive Industry.
  • One (1) signed reference letter.
  • Either an unofficial High School or a College transcript.
  • And a headshot photo.

Just a small amount of time gets you a chance at a $3,600 scholarship ($1,800 per semester).

Requirements:

  • Must be a resident of Alabama
  • High School Senior or College Freshman
  • Must have a 2.5 overall GPA
  • Plans to pursue an automotive manufacturing related career in Alabama
  • Applicants must have a declared major in one of the approved scholarship related programs:
  • Automotive Manufacturing Technology
  • Automotive Manufacturing
  • Automotive Service Technician
  • Computer Numerical Control
  • Engineering Technology
  • Industrial Electronics Technology
  • Industrial Maintenance Technology
  • Injection Molding
  • Logistics
  • Machine Shop/Tool Technology
  • Manufacturing Technology
  • Mechanical Design Technology
  • Mechatronics
  • Welding Technology
  • Other Automotive Related Programs May be Considered
  • Applicant must submit required application documentation packet by stated deadline (includes headshot photo)
  • Applicant must be willing to participate with their assigned mentor

Earn a scholarship that pays for virtually all of your tuition, fees, and books at a community college.

50 Annual Scholarships will be Awarded to 10 High School students and 40 College students in 2019.

The AAMA Scholarship application is now closed.

Congratulations to our winners!

Kaitlin Absher, Gadsden State Community College

Caleb Benson, Carbon Hill High School

Joseph Brooks, Reid State Technical College

Joel Brown, Thorsby High School

Isaac Burchfield, Wallace Community College

Nathan Cagle, Calhoun Community College

Noah Colburn, Shelton State Community College

Aaron Cribb, Bevil State Community College

Melissa Crutchfield, Reid State Technical College

Jai Davis, Lawson State Community College

Sondra Dinoff, Lawson State Community College

Jeremiah Early, Bevill State Community College

Hayden Eddings, Wallace State Community College

Rose Galloway, Bevill State Community College

Clayton Giles, Calhoun Community College

Frank Gonzalez Jr, Calhoun Community College

Jalen Green, Talladega High School

Joey Hernandez, Northwest-Shoals Community College

Austin Hill, Northeast Alabama Community College

Cierra Jackson, Lurleen B Wallace Community College

Matthew Jones, Bevill State Community College

Preston Jones, Bevill State Community College

Michael Key, Trinity Presbyterian Home School

Joseph Knight, Central Alabama Community College

David Lee, Lurleen B. Wallace Community College

Jason Little, Lawson State Community College

Tia Livingston, Reid State Technical College

Korin Lolley, Rehobeth High School

Frank Maldonado, Lawson State Community College

White Mason, Haleyville High School

Joshua Matthewson, Lawson State Community College

Cedric McDonald, Gadsden State Community College

Cameron McElroy, Cleburne County High School

Nathan McKee, Oneonta High School

Nicholas Miskelley, Lawson State Community College

Portia Orr, Drake State Community & Technical College

Stephen Parris, Jefferson State Community College

Riley Payton, Gadsden State Community College

Thomas Perkins, Shelton State Community College

Citlalic Rivera-Bautista, Lawson State Community College

Alexander Sharp, Hazel Green High School

Anthony Smith, First Baptist Opelika Christian School

Joshua Snell, Calhoun Community Colledge

Andrew Taggart, Oakman High School

Grant Thornell, Wallace State Community University

Ryan Tutor, Lurleen B. Wallace Community College

Madison Vaughn, Gadsden State Community Collage

Blake Young, Bob Jones High School