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               Oklahoma National Technical Honor Society 
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A strong endowment program provides opportunities for students to further their education. Because the cost of attending post secondary education often exceeds the amounts that can be provided by families and students alone, different sources are often times sought. Earnings from endowed scholarships provide vital financial support to these deserving students.

The Oklahoma NTHS, through the CareerTech Foundation (a 501c3 foundation), is embarking on a mission to raise funds to establish an endowed scholarship program benefiting NTHS members. Scholarship recipients will demonstrate how they fulfill the mission of NTHS educational excellence through student achievement and leadership.

Complete selection criteria will be established and applications reviewed by a committee appointed at the discretion of the Coordinating Council.

For more information on contributing to the endowment, please contact Tommi Leach, NTHS State Liaison at 405-743-5524.

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Donating to the program is easy. All proceeds, no matter which way you pay, are deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

Donation

You can send your tax-deductible donation to:

Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation
c/o LeMecia Stidham
1500 West 7th Avenue
Stillwater, OK 74074-4364

Please include NTHS Endowed Scholarships in the memo line NTHS Scholarships.

Summer Conference Registration

When you register for summer conference, you will have the opportunity to donate to the scholarship program.

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The National Technical Honor Society offers several scholarship opportunities. These opportunities are available through NTHS and the Jon Poteat scholarships and through several CareerTech student organizations. These scholarships include:

  • BPA
  • DECA
  • FCCLA
  • HOSA
  • SkillsUSA

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