KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Earlier this year Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs donated $5,000 of his salary to the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Knoxville to help start a new scholarship fund for the school.
The Knox County Mayor’s Applied Technology Scholarship will benefit a Knox County employee’s child—including adoptive, biological, legal, or step—who is a student at TCAT Knoxville.
The scholarship recipient’s parent/guardian must have at least one-year tenure with Knox County, verified by Human Resources.
Among other things, the application requires a copy of a high school transcript, a short essay, and a list of activities and/or academic and nonacademic community involvement.
For more information on the scholarship contact TCAT Knoxville.