Since 1959, the Builders Exchange Scholarship Program has provided tuition assistance to deserving college students in construction related fields of study.
BX scholarships are available to college students in construction-related fields majors. Recent recipients were from Architecture, Landscaping, Engineering, Construction Management, Accounting, Marketing, Interior Design and more.
Since 1959, the Builders Exchange Scholarship Program has recognized students who represent the future of the central Ohio commercial construction industry. Eligible students must be enrolled in or be entering a two-year technical program or four-year college program and be in a construction-related field of study. The BX Scholarship Program is currently for undergraduate students only.
Full-time and part-time students are eligible to apply for a scholarship. Applications are reviewed by the BX Scholarship Trustees. Award amounts vary based on the scoring criteria. After confirmation of enrollment all scholarship checks are made payable to the college or technical school of the recipient.
Applicants are evaluated on the following criteria:
- academic achievement
- community and school involvement
- financial need
- relationship of the student’s field of study to the construction industry
- potential future impact of the student on the central Ohio construction community
- quality of the application
Applications must be complete and accompanied by a SCHOOL ISSUED TRANSCRIPT for consideration. Official transcripts will be returned upon request – please include a self addressed, stamped envelope. You may choose to print an unofficial transcript from the school website. If so, be sure to include your entire coursework history through December of 2014.
If you have questions, please contact Stacey Kruse at the BX, 614/486-9521 ext. 233 or by email at email@example.com. Recipients will be notified of their awards by April 30, 2015.
Applications and Recommendation Form can be found at: http://www.bx.org/youth/images/2015BXScholarshipApplication.pdf