Lehigh Carbon Community College welcomes all veteran and military connected students. Whether you are active duty, or a veteran, we can assist you, and eligible dependents, as you begin or continue your education. Our Veteran Services team is dedicated to providing you with the most accurate and up-to-date information to ensure you receive the best possible educational experience.
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EMT Training Scholarships
LCCC is excited to offer EMT Training Scholarships for veterans and active service members residing in Lehigh County. For more information,click here. To apply, click here.
CDL Training Veteran Scholarship
Lehigh Carbon Community College has received a grant through the US Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA) to provide training scholarships for veterans, spouses & children of veterans, including National Guard and Reservists. The funding will cover full tuition for CDL Class A licensing, which is a 172-hour course. Weekday or weekend programs are available at LCCC Main Campus in Schnecksville. A limited number of full tuition scholarships are available. Training must be completed by September 30, 2022. For more information, click here.
The Andrew Budraitis Foundation Scholarship
BUILDING A BETTER FUTURE, ONE PERSON AT A TIME
The Andrew Budraitis Foundation Scholarship is a committee-coordinated scholarship fund established at the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation in 2022. The Fund will issue 2 scholarships each year of $7,500 each. One to a Lehigh Valley veteran and one to a Lehigh Valley non-veteran, both with priority given to those with financial need. This scholarship is established in memory of Andrew Budraitis, a lifelong resident of the Lehigh Valley, and is intended to pay tribute to him and remember his life. Complete the scholarship application.
Army Reservist Receives Nursing Associate in Applied Science Degree
Mandi McMahon is a May 2021 graduate who will begin her career as an RN this summer! She began her journey at LCCC as an adult learner.
"There is no way I could have returned to school without the type of flexibility and support that LCCC provides," McMahon said. In one word, she described her time at LCCC as, "Valuable."