Thrasher is redefining the construction industry, from what it means to work with a home repair contractor to what it means to work for one. It’s an industry that may not seem glamorous on the surface, but one that impacts lives. We know that by doing things differently than anyone else in our industry, we’re making an impact on the world that can change businesses, communities, and lives for the better.
We recognize and celebrate the value of hard-working employees in all areas – blue collar and white collar – and are inspired by the tremendous potential found within the next generation entering the workforce. That’s why we created the Redefine Scholarship Fund
The Redefine Scholarship Fund awards (2) $1,000 awards once a year to students entering into, or continuing their education. Each year, one award is given to a student seeking a 4-year degree, and one seeking a trade school degree. Applying is simple. Review the eligibility requirements below and complete the online application.
The applicant must be attending or planning to attend an accredited program, certificate program, or a degree program in 2018 (full time or part time).
The applicant must have graduated high school during the past 10 years or will have graduated high school at the time of receiving the award with a GPA of 2.5 or higher (based on a 4 point scale). Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Legal Resident of the United States.
We want to hear your take on the “Redefine” message. What does it mean to challenge the status quo in your community, school or workplace? How do you feel fulfilled and create impact on those around you? Create a 2-4 minute video telling your story to submit with your application.
The annual deadline for applications is always May 30th, meaning applications are open continuously. We’ll announce the scholarship winner on our website, and winner and non-winner announcements will be emailed by July 1. Applicants must have an active email address to receive communications from Thrasher and must inform Thrasher of any changes to their email address.