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Need Money for College? Apply Now for an NDTC Scholarship

At NDTC, we believe students are the future leaders of our communities, our country, and our world. One way we put this belief into action is through our scholarship program.

Every year since 1999, our company has awarded $750 scholarships to ten area high school seniors who pursued higher education after graduation. To date, we’ve given over $165,000 in scholarships to more than 200 students.

If you’re just learning about this opportunity or haven’t yet applied, you’re in luck! NDTC is currently accepting applications for our scholarship program until March 3, 2023. 

Keep reading to learn more about the eligibility requirements and how to apply for a scholarship. We look forward to learning more about you and your future goals!

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for a scholarship, you must meet the following requirements:

  • You are a high school student graduating in spring 2023.
  • You have been officially accepted into an accredited institution of higher education that you will attend in fall 2023.
  • Your parent or guardian subscribes to NDTC’s telecommunication services and lives within our exchanges.

How to Apply

To apply for a scholarship from NDTC, fill out the application form and submit it with the required supporting documents by March 3, 2023. Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered, so make sure to provide all the necessary materials. You can view the selection criteria on our Scholarships page.

Not a high school senior, but know someone who is and meets the eligibility requirements? Send them the link to this blog so they have an opportunity to apply!

If you have any questions about the NDTC Scholarship Program, application process, or eligibility requirements, please contact Heidi at 701-662-6439 or heidig@ndtel.com.

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