A quality education and a good career are important for all people. Many people can’t pursue their educational goals every year. At 1800 Garage Doors, we value education and provide value to surround yourself with beautiful things, high-quality appliances and furniture. Over the years of work, we have changed the approach to business, equipment, transportation and the team. Now we are a team of experienced professionals who deal with any breakdowns.
We are pleased to announce our very first scholarship “1800 Garage Doors Scholarship” to assist students to achieve their highest educational goals. The $1000 yearly scholarship will be awarded to one (1) student for their education expenses. Further, our aim is to double this amount for next year’s program.
The scholarship amount is $1000 and it will be awarded to one student for their education expenses. The Scholarship is tuition-only and will be sent to the financial office. The scholarship is not renewable.
We want to help a student who is really in need of funds for their studies. Both Undergraduate Students and Graduate Students can apply for the scholarship program, provided they are enrolled in a full-time degree program in an accredited college or graduate school.
Applying for the scholarship is easy. We have intentionally made the application process very simple so that only a maximum number of students can apply for it. Only one winner will be selected.
Here are the steps to apply for the scholarship program:
Our team will manually review each article/application submitted and contact the winner via email no later than September 30th, 2020.
The winner will be confirmed ONLY after providing proof of enrolment in the form of a copy of a tuition bill, a picture of a current student ID, official or unofficial transcripts, or letter of proof from the accredited college, university, or school at which the winner is enrolled. In the event a winner cannot prove enrolment at a college, university, or school, a secondary winner will be chosen.
If any company or institution requires or does any of the above, the opportunity is most likely a scam. Make sure to report to your local student services office.