Trade Skill Scholarships

Welcome to Scholarship Guides. Are you looking to get in to a new trade and learn the know how to be better at your trade of choice? At the Scholarships Guides site we are going to find you different trades that you can go into and get a little bit oh help because hey, we all can use some.  You do not have to do it all alone. Some of you may think that you are not going to be able to get going on what your passion is because you do not have the appropriate funds. We are here to help and find you different ways of funding your education for your favorite trade. If you are here and you are wondering what a “trade” is considered, go ahead and click here to find out a little more info about them. There are a number of routes you can take with skill trade jobs that can be very rewarding and high paying positions. You can teach a trade, work a trade yourself, or even grow your own business.


Just a hand full of skill trades for example are:

  • Electrician
  • Plumbers
  • Heating and Cooling (HVAC)
  • Boilermaker
  • and the list goes on and on….


Now, with that said, you may be thinking “whoa, those are not for me or what I was even thinking”. That is totally okay. Skill trades do not necessarily have to be industry or construction based positions. There are many others that are in different areas as well. You could go the medical route if you are into that and be an EMT, Paramedic, medical assistant or dental assistant. Going even further and expanding into even more options are hairdressers and cosmetology. Do not think your options are limited because there are numerous paths to take when you are talking about skill trades. Some are growing and some are dying off and if you ask me, none of them should be dying off at all.  Going in to certain skill trades can open doors to other areas or work as well. Although some trades will require higher education than just hoping in to a certain trade, most you encounter will want you to be learning as you go and  even help pay for further education out of their pockets based on terms they require of you. Like I mentioned earlier there are many great opportunities and career paths you may choose to go down and a majority of them you can piggy-back off of and learn things in one trade that will help you in another if you find you do not like what you first started in. I wish you all the best and look forward to helping you make amazing decisions for an abundant life.