2019 Scholarship Program


 The Metropolitan Air Conditioning Contractors of New York (MACC) has established an annual scholarship to help students with interests in the Mechanical/HVAC Industry attain a higher level of education. The objective of this scholarship is to provide qualified personnel to the Mechanical/HVAC Industry, who are also experienced to promote its philosophy and goals.

General Policies:

I. Any qualified high school or college applicant shall have submitted to the MACC office, postmarked on or before Wednesday, May 1, 2019, the following materials:
- Two Letters of Recommendation (from either: a Principle, Teacher, Guidance Counselor, Supervisor, Co-worker, and/or Community Leader) 

- Transcript of scholastic record for the preceding year

- 500-word Essay (see below for details)

- Completed Application Form

- Three references

- List of accomplishments, activities, leadership and awards 
II. Failure to provide one or more of the previously mentioned items and the application will NOT be eligible for the scholarship.


I. To be eligible for this scholarship award, the applicant must be either: 
The child, or grandchild, of a current MACC member who has been in good standing with the association for a minimum of one year preceding the application date or,
II. The child, or grandchild, of an employee who has been employed for a minimum of one year by a MACC member. This applicant must be sponsored by the member of the association. 


I. Recipients shall be selected from various HVAC companies, High Schools, Technical Colleges, and Universities. Each applicant must complete the appropriate application forms and mail to the Metropolitan Air Conditioning Contractors of New York (123 South Street, Suite 112, Oyster Bay, NY 11771) to be considered for the following school year. 
II. A Scholarship Recipient must be someone who intends to enter college or a trade school upon graduation. 



Please click here to download the 2019 Scholarship Application.


If you have any questions about the Scholarship Program, please contact the association office at or 516-922-5832.