The HPAC Scholarship allows students in the Nebraska Panhandle High Schools who are planning to attend college/tech school the fall after graduating from high school or students in their 2nd year of continuing ed. will be eligible for consideration for a scholarship from the High Plains Auto Club. The student must be pursuing a degree in automotive (welding) related fields. This scholarship is available directly through the High Plains Auto Club. A $1000 scholarship is available for students each spring upon graduation from high school. The scholarships are paid $500 per semester for a total of $1000 for each recipient. Students can apply or re-apply each year for these scholarships.
HPAC Scholarship Application can be obtained from High School Guidance Counselors or from the link below. If you have questions, you may contact:
HPAC/WNCC Foundation Scholarship
An additional scholarship is available to attend the autotech program at Western Nebraska Community College, Scottsbluff, NE. This scholarship is the HPAC/ WNCC Foundation scholarship and is funded by the High Plains Auto Club. This scholarship is applied for and given out by WNCC for students who attend WNCC in the automotive program specifically. The scholarship is for $1000, given out a $500 per semester for 2 consecutive semesters. It cannot be applied for a second time. HPAC/WNCC Foundation Scholarship applications may be obtained from WNCC.
2022-2023 HPAC Scholarship Winners
$1,000 award--$500 per semester
Aubrey Clement, is currently attending Southeast Community College at Milford, NE, majoring in Ford ASSET (Automotive Student Service Educational Training Program)
Andrew Schuller, plans to attend WNCC, majoring in Collision Repair and Refinish Technology.
Denton Premus plans to attend WyoTech in Laramie, Wyoming, majoring in Automotive Technology/Chassis Fabrication.