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SCHOLARSHIPS

New Professions Technical Institute, Inc. offers two types of scholarships to its students. They also offer one scholarship to its employees and their immediate family. All three forms of scholarships are sponsored by The Humboldt Group a non-profit organization with the goal of educating those that make a difference in their community to enhance the world we all live in. With this purpose Humboldt Group is providing financial assistance to qualified students, employees and their families with the following scholarship funds:

1. The Humboldt Group Enrichment Scholarship Fund (HGESF) Any new student who is unable to pay the full amount of tuition for a program at New Professions Technical Institute (NPTI) can apply for the Humboldt Group Enrichment Scholarship Fund (HGDSF).

The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage the educational development of a student who was denied any type of financial assistance, in order to achieve the gainful employment goal.

The Humboldt Group Enrichment Scholarship Fund (HGESF) provides scholarships to new students with a desire to make a difference in a chosen profession or skill set. The student who wishes to apply for the HGESF should meet the minimum eligibility requirements mentioned below:



  • Must be enrolled in a full or part-time program.
  • Must have been denied a full Pell Grant and/or student loan that combined does not meet the full cost of the program selected.
  • Maintain 80% of attendance or above in each of the three-quarters of theoretical training.
  • Have submitted two (2) letters of recommendation:
    1. From a teacher/professor who knows the candidate and can attest to his/her academic potential,
    2. If employed, from his/her supervisor at work who can attest to his/her leadership qualities,
    3. If not employed, from a professional who can attest to his/her character and ethical qualities.


2. The Humboldt Group Diploma Scholarship Fund (HGDSF) Any student who graduated from any full-time or part-time program at New Professions Technical Institute (NPTI) and wishes to continue their education with our institution is entitled to apply for the Humboldt Group Diploma Scholarship Fund (HGDSF). The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage the educational development of a student in order to achieve the gainful employment goals in their chosen career.

The Humboldt Group Diploma Scholarship Fund (HGDSF) provides scholarships to NPTI graduates who desire to make a difference in their professional life by pursuing a second diploma at NPTI. HGDSF covers up to 10% of the total cost of the program.

The student who wishes to apply for the HGDSF should meet the minimum eligibility requirements mentioned below:

  • Must be enrolled in a full or part-time program.
  • Maintain a GPA of 3.00 or above throughout the entire program.
  • Maintain 80% of attendance or above.
  • Have submitted of one (1) letter of recommendation from a teacher/professor and another professional who can attest to your academic potential and leadership qualities.


3. Humboldt Group Employee Scholarship Fund (HGESF) The Humboldt Group Employee Scholarship Fund (HGESF) provides scholarships to active employees and their immediate family members (wife/husband, son, and daughter) that desire to make a difference in their life by pursuing a diploma at New Professions Technical Institute (NPTI). This scholarship is on a percentage base entitlement to any active employee and their immediate family member until the student completes their desired program. The student who wishes to apply for the HGESF should meet the minimum eligibility requirements mentioned below:

  • Must be an active employee for a minimum of six-month in any of Humboldt Group Educational Institutions in the United States.
  • Must be enrolled in a full or part-time program.
  • Maintain a GPA of 2.00 or above if in the undergraduate program
  • Maintain a GPA of 3.00 or above if enrolled in a graduate program


Student Responsibility:

A potential student/employee fills out a Scholarship form with the following:

  • A Scholarship form,
  • Depending on the Scholarship they are seeking, additional paperwork is provided. (See above),
  • Complete an interview with the Dean of Academics and/or the Executive Director or both.


Scholarship Committee:

  1. The Scholarship Committee consists of three members:
    • A Staff member,
    • A Faculty member,
    • An individual selected by the Executive Director who acts as Chairperson.

  2. The Scholarship Committee will convene ten (10) days after the start of the program to review each scholarship application packet.
  3. The Scholarship Committee will vote on each packet based on the applicant’s merits.
  4. Those applicants considered for a Scholarship will be assessed based on the percentage of entitlement to be awarded.
  5. The Scholarship Committee will write a letter to each applicant informing them of their findings.
  6. The applicant can appeal the findings of the Scholarship Committee to the Executive Director in writing.


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