Established in memory of "Ike" Eickmeyer, this endowed scholarship supports students in the auto tech program.
Recipients must be graduates of a high school in North Central Washington that are now enrolled in the Environmental Systems and Refrigeration Technology program at WVC.
Howard Mann was a longtime supporter of WVC, particularly athletics. He established this scholarship to support students pursuing computer applications, nursing, or auto tech.
This scholarship supports students in the auto tech program. The donor's father, Joe S. Welty, Sr., owned a Ford dealership in Wenatchee. The business was then sold to future generations of the Welty family.
Recipients of this scholarship must be pursuing a welding certificate from WVC.
This scholarship is awarded to graduates of a North Central Washington high school who are now enrolled in the Environmental Systems and Refrigeration Technology (ESRT) program at WVC.
Established by Darryl White in memory of his brother, Stacy, this scholarship supports auto tech students at WVC. Stacy was a pipefitter by trade; working on race cars was a hobby. He was killed in an accident in 2013.
This memorial scholarship supports second-year auto tech students at WVC. Preference is given to current and former employees of Town Auto Group and their children.
Recipients of this scholarship are to be learning occupational skills necessary to build, repair, and/or maintain physical things.