Graduating students are encouraged to apply for building trades scholarship

SIOUX FALLS – The Sioux Empire Home Builders Care Foundation is now accepting applications for its high school building trades scholarship program. The foundation will be awarding multiple $1,000 scholarships for graduating high school seniors who will be attending a college, university or technical institute and major in a home building industry related field of study. Scholarship recipients must reside in the service areas of Lincoln, McCook, Minnehaha or Turner counties. Application deadline for the 2020 scholarships is Wednesday, April 1. The Sioux Empire Home Builders Care Foundation has awarded over $70,000 in scholarship funds to area high school seniors.

For additional information on the high school scholarship program, please contact their office at (605) 361-8322. Applications can be found online at hbacarefoundation.com.

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