The PHCC National Auxiliary also awards over $25,000 in scholarship per year. You can access information the the National Auxiliary scholarship program and download application forms by visiting the Auxiliary Scholarship Information Page.
What Scholarships Are Awarded?
For 2017, there are up to 41 scholarship awards available from these sponsors:
A) A.O. Smith funds up to four $2,500 scholarships, including two "Charlie Wallace Service Award" scholarships.
B) Bradford White Corporation funds up to three $2,500 scholarships.
C) Delta Faucet Company funds up to six $2,500 scholarships.
D) RIDGID Tool Company funds up to four scholarships of up to $1,000, plus $1,500 in tools.
E) State Water Heaters funds one $2,500 scholarship.
F) Anne Williams and the McGlame-Wordell Scholarship Committee funds one $2,500 Fran Williams Memorial scholarship.
G) Gerry Kennedy funds one $2,500 scholarship with special consideration to applicants involved in Boy Scouts of America.
H) PHCC of Massachusetts Auxiliary and PHCC Educational Foundation funds one $2,500 scholarship (restricted to MA residents).
I) PHCC of Texas Auxiliary and PHCC Educational Foundation funds one $2,500 scholarship (restricted to Texas residents).
J) The PHCC Past National Officers fund one $2,500 scholarship.
K) The PHCC Educational Foundation and S. Jersey Mech. Contractors Association funds up to ten $1,000 scholarships, six $2,500 scholarships, and one $5,000 Charles F. Hiley, Jr. Memorial scholarship.
Who is Eligible to Apply?
Students who are citizens of the United States or Canada and are currently enrolled in or plan to enroll in:
A) A PHCC-approved plumbing or HVACR apprentice program. Students must also be working full-time for a licensed plumbing or HVAC contractor who is a member of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors-National Association. Approved courses of study are plumbing or HVACR installation, service and repair.
B) A full-time certificate or degree program at an accredited two-year community college, technical college, or trade school, with a major directly related to the plumbing-heating-cooling (p-h-c) profession. Approved majors are: business management; mechanical CAD design; construction management with a specialty in mechanical construction; and plumbing or HVACR installation, service and repair.
C) A full-time undergraduate degree program at an accredited four-year college or university, with a major directly related to the plumbing-heating-cooling (p-h-c) profession. Approved majors are: business management; construction management with a specialization in mechanical construction; and mechanical engineering.
D) A maximum of four employee scholarship applications per company will be accepted for consideration per year.