Cabinet Wholesalers Scholarship
At Cabinet Wholesalers, we’ve helped homeowners transform thousands of homes over the years with our specialty – new cabinets and cabinet refacing. With every kitchen cabinet, built in wall unit and bathroom vanity we’ve made another home more beautiful!
Now we’re proud to announce that we’re transforming more than homes, but also helping to transform the life and mind of a lucky student. We’re excited to announce our annual $500 college scholarship for one U.S. undergraduate pursuing a degree in business management or some other related field. Show us your potential and we’ll help you reach your dreams!
These dreams don’t just happen on their own though. They require some effort and for you this will mean an essay. Here’s what you’ll need to do.
To be eligible, applicant must have a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA and submit a 1,000 – 1,500 word essay entitled “Cabinet Wholesalers Scholarship”. Student must be a U.S. undergraduate seeking a degree in business, management or related field.
The essay must answer one of the following questions:
- If you owned a remodeling business how would you grow it and increase profitability in a competitive market?
- What would be the best ROI for promoting/marketing a remodeling business?
Mail your official transcript and essay to:
4510 E. La Palma Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92807
- Essay must be postmarked by February 28th, annually.
- Winner will be selected by March 15th, annually.
- Disbursement awarded by April 1st, annually.
Terms and Conditions (1800CabinetWholesalers.com)
- The “The Cabinet Wholesalers Scholarship” award will be submitted directly to the educational institution that matches the student’s primary .edu email address and transcript records.
- All qualifications such as GPA, enrollment and email address will be verified after the winner is selected.
- Cabinet Wholesalers will withhold the award for any applicant who no longer meets the eligibility requirements at the time of disbursement.
- Cabinet Wholesalers reserves the right to withhold an award in the event that no applicant meets the requirements for writing aptitude and academic achievement.