Joshua’s Home Remodeling Scholarship

$500
1 winner$500
Open
Application Deadline
Nov 28, 2024
Winners Announced
Dec 28, 2024
Education Level
Undergraduate, High School
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Eligibility Requirements
Education Level:
High school senior, undergraduate, or trade school student
Major of Interest:
Construction, engineering, plumbing, carpentry, electrical work, architecture, etc.
Education Level:
Major of Interest:
High school senior, undergraduate, or trade school student
Construction, engineering, plumbing, carpentry, electrical work, architecture, etc.

The trades are vital, though often underappreciated, career fields that are essential for the functioning of society.

The trades not only are necessary for basic construction and upkeep but also for innovation. Through fields like engineering and architecture, people are able to make noticeable changes and improvements in the construction of our world. To ensure the brightest future possible, it’s crucial for all those interested in the trades to have the financial resources necessary to pursue their degrees.

This scholarship seeks to support students who are pursuing higher education in trade-related fields. 

Any high school senior, undergraduate, or trade school student who is interested in construction, engineering, plumbing, carpentry, electrical work, architecture, etc. may apply for this scholarship.

To apply, tell us what skills you possess that will help you go into your field of choice and why you’re interested in that path.

Selection Criteria:
Ambition, Drive, Impact
Published December 28, 2023
$500
1 winner$500
Open
Application Deadline
Nov 28, 2024
Winners Announced
Dec 28, 2024
Education Level
Undergraduate, High School
Recent Bold.org scholarship winners
Essay Topic

What skills do you possess that will help you go into the field you are going into and why is that field of interest to you?

400–600 words

Winning Application

Maximus Colondres
Passaic County-Manchester Regional High SchoolHaledon, NJ
I’ve always loved to take things apart and put them back together! I’ve always loved tools and learning how to use them! I’ve always loved trucks and construction vehicles! School has always been difficult for me. I’d rather work on a hands on project and build than read a book. So many teachers had a tough time understanding that I’d rather do a hands on project than sit at a desk all day. I’ve never envisioned a desk job for myself. I’