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The Haddonfield Educational Trust is proud to announce the new “HET Marshall Career Pathways Scholarship” offered to HMHS students who want to pursue post-secondary study in such fields as automotive, skilled trades, health sciences,

information technology, cosmetology, and the culinary arts.

The scholarship offers students financial aid towards their study, apprenticeship, industry credentials, or the workplace tools, special equipment, books, or transportation needs to pursue their career goals.

Thank you for considering a donation to The HET Marshall Career Pathways Scholarship. Donations will be securely processed through the Haddonfield Educational Trust, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.


Many high school students are encouraged to attend a 4-year college or university. However, this traditional route may not be suitable for everyone.

One of the most valuable benefits of attending a trade or vocational school is the emphasis on in-demand, high paying careers that can also offer mentally engaging tasks, providing a real sense of pride, achievement, and accomplishment. Also, trades and apprenticeships usually take less time and money to complete. After finishing vocational courses, college classes or training, students obtain a

certification that allows them to pursue a job in that field.


“When you look at the types of wages that apprenticeships and other career areas pay, and the fact that you do not pay four years of tuition and you’re paid while you learn, these other paths really need some additional consideration,” says Chris Cortines of the Washington State Auditor’s Office.

In 2021 Congress passed a $1.2 trillion federal infrastructure plan that would create 1.5 million construction jobs per year for the next 10 years. However, 90 percent of construction companies nationwide are still having a difficult time finding qualified workers. As a result, a shortage of workers pushes wages higher in the skilled trades.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a need for workers in these careers will increase due to more people requiring the services of the trade. Over the next decade the need for more skilled workers will range from 4% to 30%.

If you are interested in donating to the HET Marshall Career Pathway Scholarship, the HET is accepting contributions online or by mail.


How to Donate Online

  1. Fill out the Donation Form above, entering your Full Name and Email Address, then for "Select Donation Amount, select the appropriate amount from the pull-down menu, and click on the [Submit] button.

  2. On the Order Summary window, select or confirm the amount you wish to donate. Finally, enter how you wish to pay. If you are not a PayPal customer, select [PayPal Checkout] button, then enter your credit/debit card credentials. If you are a PayPal user, then you may select the additional payment methods made available to you by PayPal.

If you prefer, you may make a donation by check. Please make checks payable to Haddonfield Educational Trust with “Career Pathways Scholarship” in the memo line.

Mailing Address:
Haddonfield Educational Trust
PO Box 178
Haddonfield NJ 08033

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