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Career Pathway Scholarship



Up to $500 per semester



Must apply within 12 months of high school graduation


MAJOR Must declare certificate or AAS degree associated with articulated credits

PREREQUISITE Must qualify for articulated (Career Pathway) credit

COLLEGE Any college of DCCCD



The Career Pathway Scholarship was established to support high school students enrolling in DCCCD through the Tech Prep Program. This articulation program links the curriculum to give students the opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. A student can earn free college credit toward an articulated certificate and/or applied Associate Degree at any of the colleges of DCCCD.


Applicant must:

  1. Be a DCCCD student and declare a major associated with articulated credits
  2. Submit their high school transcript to the college Career Pathway advisor and request for articulated credit
  3. Earn a grade of “B” or better in all articulated high school courses
  4. Graduate from high school
  5. Enroll in a college of DCCCD within 12 months of high school graduation. Failure to do so will result in loss of free college credit(s) from high school
  6. Complete any additional program or college testing requirements (for example, portfolio, practical or written exam, etc), and declare a major


Submit the following to the Career Pathway Advisor at your college:

  1. Completed DCCCD Foundation scholarship application form
  2. Completed Career Pathway Credit Request Form


For more information, contact:

DCCCD Career Pathways, 214-378-1762



Recipients are selected by the DCCCD Career Pathways office.


For more information contact DCCCD Career Pathway Office, 214-378-1762




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