Find the academic program that's right for you. Learn more about PTC's schools and departments and available credentials.Academics »
PTC is here to help you get started on the path toward achieving your goals, whether you're headed toward a bachelor's degree at a four-year institution, or straight into the work force.Admissions »
Cost & Financial Aid
90% of PTC students receive some form of financial aid. We strive to make higher education affordable to everyone.Cost & Financial Aid »
Whether you're looking for help planning your career, or you need some help in your classes, PTC offers a wealth of resources to ensure you have the right tools for success.College Resources »
Want to update your skills, explore a different career path, or learn a new hobby? We have meaningful learning opportunities that you can use right away.Continuing Ed »
PTC's mission is to transform lives and strengthen communities by providing opportunities for intellectual and economic growth.About »
Seeking Thinkers, Tinkerers, Fixers and Dreamers
October 10, 2018
Piedmont Technical College (PTC) is seeking thinkers, tinkerers, fixers and dreamers for its Workforce Pathways Scholarship program, which offers tuition assistance for individuals who desire training in the high-demand fields of information technology, advanced manufacturing or health care.
Offered through the PTC Economic Development and Continuing Education division, Workforce Pathways Scholarships are available to students in the seven-county Piedmont Tech service area who are at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED. Participants also must undergo a drug screen and background check.
The scholarship, which covers tuition, books and exam fees up to $2,000, allows students to enroll in continuing education classes and earn state and national certifications in fields such as certified nursing assistant, emergency medical technician, OSHA and Microsoft Office Specialist as well as specialized manufacturing courses such as Six Sigma Yellow Belt and American Society for Quality certifications.
Interested persons may visit PTC’s Continuing Education office at 313 North Emerald Road and speak to a program manager. For more information, call Continuing Education at (864) 941-8400.