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Dental Hygiene Program
Law Enforcement Program
Online Instruction in General Education Courses
Radiologic Technology Program
Welding Technology Program
WSDA scholarships are training support awards administered by the Office of Instructional Administration’s Project Director and Project Manager to students enrolled in the above listed programs.
To be eligible, a person
Awards range from $100-$500 per semester with majority of awards at $200.
Submit a completed training support application along with a copy of your unofficial transcript to your instructor or Program Manager. (Make sure the Instructor or Program Manager signs the application.)
Submit the completed application along with your unofficial transcript directly to: WSDA Office, CSI Taylor Building 210/212, P.O. Box 1238 Twin Falls, ID 83303-1238. (No Instructor or Program Manager signature is required for those taking online general education courses)
How to apply: Submit a completed training support application with supporting documents to the instructor of the program in which you are enrolled. No application packet will be considered if incomplete. Online students should submit directly to: WSDA Office, CSI Taylor Building 210/212, 315 Falls Ave, P.O. Box 1238 Twin Falls, ID 83301 – no instructor/program manager signature required for online courses.
Some application tips:
Be sure to take your time and fill out the application completely. First time applicants, your signature is required in a total of four places. Previous WSDA applicants, you need to complete and submit page 2 ONLY. All applicants must turn in a recent transcript.
ATTACH YOUR UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT TO THE APPLICATION OR EMAIL IT TO PKOTTRABA@CSI.EDU OR CWOODS@CSI.EDU. (High school transcripts are acceptable.) Deadline: Priority will be given to applications received at least two weeks prior to the start of the semester.
Questions regarding application: WSDA Project Manager: Cyndie Woods 732-6395 Taylor Bldg. Room # 212 or WSDA Office Specialist: Pauline Kottraba 732-6393 Taylor Bldg. Room #210
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