The deadline for 2017 Do It Right Scholarship was April 12. Check back in the spring of 2018 to apply for next round of scholarships.
The Brian Caubarreaux "Do It Right" Scholarship was established in March 2015 by Brian Caubarreaux and Associates, a law firm owned by attorney Brian Caubarreaux, to provide assistance to those striving for a better tomorrow. It's the largest single private scholarship CLTCC has ever received. These scholarsips will have a lasting, positive impact on Cenla, our future workforce, and economic well-being. These resources will help deserving students earn an education, and equally as important, start a new career.
Scholarship recipients must attend CLTCC and major in a Career and Technical Education program. The selected applicant can attend any CLTCC campus. The winner(s) will receive a full-ride scholarship to pursue a career of their choice, meaning it will cover all program costs (tuition, fees, and books). The scholarship is separate from the financial aid award process. Funds will be distributed after the last day to withdraw from CLTCC for that particular semester and can only be used towards tuition, fees, and books incurred after the scholarship is awarded.
The scholarship will be awarded based on need and merit by an independent panel of community leaders. A combination of attributes including student performance, drive, ability, need, and a desire to seek a career and technical education from CLTCC also will be evaluated a part of the selection process.
• Admitted to a CLTCC campus (Alexandria, Cottonport, Ferriday, Jena, Leesville, Many, Natchitoches, Oakdale, Winnfield)
to apply for admission online for FREE
• High school seniors who plan to attend CLTCC (first-time students)
Must be seniors graduating from high school in May 2017 or spring
• Students who earned their High School Equivalency Diploma or GED
• Current or continuing students at CLTCC (students already attending CLTCC)
• Students majoring in a Career & Technical Education program
• Students with a minimum 2.5 GPA, 45 HiSET or 450 GED score
• Students who complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Must provide proof of completed FAFSA
• U.S. Citizens
to print the Do It Right Scholarship Guidelines & Administration of Funds