Lane Electric Cooperative offers several scholarships to members of all ages, from high school seniors to adults who desire continuing education. Below are details about each offering. For all scholarships, a qualifying member or family member is defined as: A Lane Electric member, or dependent of a member, who has an active account, and is in good standing with Lane Electric Cooperative.
Applications are due to Lane Electric’s office no later than 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 4.
Applications are available for download at laneelectric.com/scholarships
Graduating Senior – Lane Community College
Lane Electric offers one $4,500 scholarship for a Graduating Senior interested in attending Lane Community College (LCC) in the fall.
College of Your Choice
Lane Electric offers four $1,500 “College of Your Choice” scholarships for persons interested in attending any accredited 2-year or 4-year college in the fall. The spirit and intent of this scholarship is to provide an opportunity for eligible Lane Electric members, or their dependents, who are interested in beginning a college career.
Lane Electric offers one $4,500 scholarship for persons interested in attending Lane Community College (LCC) in the fall. The spirit and intent of this scholarship is to provide an opportunity for eligible Lane Electric members who have been in the workplace for a period of time; members whose jobs have ended; members interested in changing careers; or for parents who have raised their children and are now ready to begin a college career, etc.
VOLTA (Vocational Outdoor Line Training Academy)
Lane Electric offers a $5,500 scholarship for the VOLTA training program. The line construction trade offers a rewarding career with exceptional pay and benefits, and Lane Electric’s desire is to develop a qualified pool of candidates for future positions in the electric utility industry. Lane Electric’s VOLTA scholarship program is available for members and /or applicants whose parent or guardian are active members, in good standing, with Lane Electric. Applicants must be a at least 18 years old, at the time of enrollment in the VOLTA program, and be a high school graduate by summer of 2019 or hold a GED.