At Junk It we are strong believers that to stay competitive you have to innovate. It’s the foundation that Junk It was built on; and it led us to revolutionizing the customer service experience in dumpster rental and junk removal services. It’s why we are such strong proponents of young people entering the field, and bringing new ideas in an industry which recognizes innovation.
Junk It is proud to announce a $500 scholarship for one student. We want to enable young minds and give them a chance to see their ideas in action.
The Junk It Scholarship is awarded for merit and fresh thinking. We are looking for ideas in customer service and innovation in service models. The scholarship is open to students enrolled in a vocational course or training program focused on service delivery and developing business models for service-led industries.
Applications are to be sent to email@example.com.
Scholarship: $500 for one student
Conditions for eligibility: Students must be citizens of Canada or the United States of America; those with permanent resident status in Canada or the USA can also apply. Students must be enrolled in a vocational course or training program to become commercial painters or decorators.
Criteria: Applications will be judged on the basis of academic performance, technical know-how, understanding real world challenges of ecological painting and on the basis of a 2000 word essay.
Application form: Please fill out the form below. All fields are mandatory. Incorrect information or insufficient information can result in the application not being considered.
Topic: How can app-based junk removal and garbage bin rental enhance customer experience and improve internal performance management?
Essay: The 2000 word essay is prerequisite for consideration in the scholarship. Applicants are free to substantiate their submissions with examples of companies that have adopted a similar approach, and what results they have seen.
Transcript: Please provide your most recent transcripts and work experience (if any).
Proof of residence: A certified copy of ID showing your citizenship or permanent resident status in Canada or the United States must be included with your application.
Deadline: Submissions will be accepted till 7 January 2020. Any applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
Announcement: The winner of the scholarship will be announced once all applications have been assessed by the judging panel. Announcement of scholarship winner will be made no later than 31 January 2020.