Opportunity for eligible students to earn scholarship money

  • Thursday, February 22, 2018 3:17pm
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Located in Aptos, California, A-1 Auto Transport is known as one of the leading transport companies in the United States and they would like to give the eligible students of Washington the opportunity to join their scholarship program. The scholarship programs range from $250 to $1,000 a year and can be used at any college, university or accredited school.

To be considered for the scholarship through A-1, students must have eligibility. To qualify, students must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA. To enter at a chance for the scholarship, eligible students must submit an essay regarding the car shipping industry. The essay must consist of 1,000 words or more and be 100 percent original. It must not be published online or in any other publication.

Essays are due by March 10 and can be submitted along with the student’s name, email address, mailing address, school name, and phone number to scholarships@a1autotransport.com.

All winners of the scholarship program are chosen by A-1 Auto Transport’s Scholarship Committee. The winners will be announced on the A-1 Auto Transport website sometime at the end of March. Winners are also notified through email. All scholarship awards for winning participants are sent directly to the financial office of the student’s school where they are enrolled.

More information about the scholarship is available at: http://www.a1autotransport.com/a-1-auto-transport-scholarship/

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