Builders Site Protection, Leader in Surface Protection Products, Announces Young Entrepreneur Business Scholarship

The Surface Protection Experts at Builders Site Protection are offering a one-thousand dollar scholarship to students pursuing a degree in business. Applicants must be U.S. college students with the intent to start a small business in the future. The deadline to apply is August 1, 2011.

Builders Site Protection is a leading, woman owned designer and distributor of temporary Surface Protection Products used in the construction industry. Building on the construction industry’s past success, the Builders Site Protection’s Young Entrepreneur Business Scholarship encourages young minds to bring their own creative genius to start small businesses. Builders Site Protection is proud of the impact they are making in the budding careers of the best future entrepreneurs and small business professionals and they want to offer college students a chance at success.

Patricia Mullen, President and owner of Builders Site Protection says “In this economy it is very hard for young adults to get a chance at securing financing for college or landing a good job. The Builders Site Protection’s Young Entrepreneur Business Scholarship will make this easier on one deserving student.” The company has been a long time supporter of teens and young adults. Several past employees have been awarded scholarships in the past from local Building Industry Associations at the encouragement after company mentoring. Builders Site Protection has also worked closely with local high school work study programs and colleges to employ young students and has made a point to encourage these young students to attend college.

Builders Site Protection will award one $1,000 scholarship to the applicant that shows the most creativity, ingenuity, financial need and experience to be a successful small business owner. Eligible students must have community service experience, work experience and a desire to start a small business after college graduation. Only US residents will be considered.