Looking for a Career in Home Building?
Making a Difference in Students’ Lives
The Spokane Home Builders Association helps students in the state of Washington who possess a strong desire to gain further education in the building trades or the construction industries. Appropriate fields include, but are not limited to, general construction, architecture, engineering, construction management, interior design, landscape architecture, carpentry, electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning, and surveying.
Don’t pass up the opportunity to receive scholarship funds to help jump-start your career. Apply now!
Kim Momb Scholarship Fund
If you are either an owner or an employee of an SHBA member company, and you have a son or daughter who is graduating this year and pursing higher education in a housing-related program such as construction management, residential building, construction technology, civil engineering, architecture, or any of the trade-related specialties, we welcome you to apply for the Kim Momb Scholarship.
Current high school seniors planning to attend an accredited college, university, certified trade school or apprenticeship program as a full-time student in the fall directly after their graduation from high school or an existing SHBA apprenticeship training program are also eligible to apply for funds.
Download the 2019 Application. Deadline May 17, 2019.
BIAW Mackenzie Cowell Memorial Scholarship
Created to offer education dollars to those students pursuing an education in home building or a home building-related field, BIAW and its local associations have awarded thousands of dollars to hundreds of deserving students for more than 13 years. If you have any questions, please contact Education Program Manager Amanda Fields at 360-352-7800, ext. 114, or email@example.com.
Download the 2019 Application. Deadline May 10, 2019.
NAHB Student Scholarships
Building upon the proud history of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) wide range of support for construction education, the National Housing Endowment, Home Builders Institute (HBI), and the state and local Home Builders Associations (HBAs) continue to find avenues to educate students on the many opportunities a career in construction offers.