Home Education & Training Scholarships Available for Studying the Building Trades

Scholarships Available for Studying the Building Trades

March 03, 2009 – (RealEstateRama) — March 15 is the deadline for submitting a scholarship application to the Alabama Home Builders Foundation. The AHB Foundation, an arm of the Home Builders Association of Alabama, awards scholarships to students who desire to study the building trades at any two-year, four-year or technical school in Alabama. Trades include brick masonry, carpentry, roofing, electrical technology, HVAC, and others.?

To apply for a scholarship, one must be an Alabama resident who is pursuing a construction-related degree. The Foundation will accept applications from high school students, as well as students attending accredited community or junior colleges, technical or trade schools, and four-year universities in Alabama.

The purpose of the scholarship program is to enlist Alabama?s top students into the home building and remodeling industries.? ?

Scholarship applications may be downloaded from the Foundation website, http://www.ahbfoundation.org, or you may call the Home Builders Association of Alabama at 1-800-745-4222 to request an application.

For questions about the scholarship process, contact Debbie Baxley at 1-800-745-4222 or email debbiebaxley (at) hbaa (dot) org.

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The Home Builders Association of Alabama (HBAA) is a federation and by joining the local homebuilders association in your area, you automatically become a member of the HBAA and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). For more information about membership or to find the local in your area, please contact the HBAA at (800) 745-4222. You can also find your local homebuilders association by visiting our


Home Builders Association of Alabama
7515 Halcyon Summit Dr., Suite 200
Montgomery, AL 36117

P.O. Box 241305
Montgomery, AL 36124-1305

Voice: 334-834-3006
Toll Free: 1-800-745-4222