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Scholarship Award – $500 annually non-renewable
Recipients – One award per person to any student in the state of Texas.
Requirements – Applicant must be a high school senior or currently attending an accredited university, college, or trade school in the state of Texas.
Must have a current GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Must be a resident in one of the areas we serve.
Applicants must submit an essay with a minimum of 500 words about what they aspire to accomplish in life, why, and how they plan to achieve it.
Deadline – December 15th every year.
At ProLift Garage Doors our main service is repairing and replacing garage doors in our communities and we believe in supporting the communities we serve. Your local ProLift Garage Doors has recently made the decision to increase our efforts to support our family of neighbors by offering an annual scholarship award.
The ProLift Garage Doors family recognizes how important furthering your education is to your success in life. Whether your continuing education is through a traditional college, or through a trade school, we know the value of the effort you are putting in, day in and day out. We also understand the expenses associated with your journey. This is why we’ve decided to step in and help where we can with this annual scholarship award. Our hope is that we can help the young women and men of the future focus on their educations and not their expenses.
If you, or someone you know, is interested in applying for our ProLift Garage Door Scholarship Award, please fill out your contact information and attach your essay before December 15th. The Award Recipient will be chosen and notified by December 22nd.
We wish Caitlyn success in her educational pursuit and hope this scholarship award will help with the expenses of achieving her goals.
Caitlyn is a student at the University of Houston studying Architecture. She followed her childhood passion for interior designs and hope to graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Architecture.
We also want to thank the University of Houston for connecting us with such a bright and talented student.