Tech School Scholarships
As part of our ongoing commitment to training the next generation of expert technicians, Heritage is offering a pair of $3,000 annual scholarships to students pursuing a career in the HVAC, plumbing and electrical trades.
Providing financial aid for vocational education in these essential trades is something we are passionate about, because doing so supports several of our strongly held core principles:
Professional excellence: In a highly competitive industry, our more than 30 years of experience has reinforced our belief that it pays to build a team of top-notch, well-trained technicians who are committed to providing customers with the highest quality workmanship.
Total commitment to customer satisfaction: The best technicians possess not only superior skills and knowledge, they are also adept at the human aspect of the job — understanding the need to communicate clearly and effectively with each customer, from start to finish.
Advanced training separates the best from the rest: That’s why we are offering these tech school scholarships — and that’s why we invest in providing even our most experienced technicians with up to 150 hours of ongoing training each year at our own fully equipped on-site training facility.
If this sounds like you — and you are interested in pursuing educational opportunities to position yourself for success in the HVAC, plumbing and electrical trades — we encourage you to apply for our scholarship program.
Heritage Student Scholarship
Students who reside in New England and New York are eligible to apply.
Eligible educational institutions:
Northeast educational institutions that provide training in the HVAC, plumbing and electrical trades.
December 1, 2017
December 15, 2017
Please contact us here with any additional questions.
How to Apply
Your scholarship application involves just a few simple steps. Please fill out the information requested in the form below and be prepared to write a few brief paragraphs on your experience, your education and your goals.
Thank you — and good luck!