House Method, an online magazine and review site aimed at making life easier for homeowners, has opened up for submissions for its 2019 Commitment to Our Homes student scholarship. The award of $1,000 towards education aims to find and assist one student per year.
— The website House Method, which uses the slogan 'Home without the homework', prides itself on offering helpful content for homeowners on a wide range of household and interior design related topics, from energy efficiency to soft furnishings. The contributors go to great lengths to fully test and review home-related products and services too, to ensure that their readers can save time where it counts and find the best solutions for their home-related challenges. However, where the commitment House Method has towards improving the way we live in our homes really shows through is in its annual scholarship award program, which is currently open for applications for the 2019 scholarship.
The House Method Commitment to Our Homes Scholarship aims to find and assist one student each year who shows promise and enthusiasm when it comes to future work that aims to make the lives of people better in their homes. The award is open to students who have a GPA of 3.5 or higher, and who are taking US-based associate degrees, four-year degrees, or postgraduate further education courses at recognized institutes and colleges.
Students who want to apply for the House Method Commitment to Our Homes Scholarship are invited to submit their application before October 15th, 2019. There is an application form on the House Method website at https://housemethod.com/ where students can provide their details, and submit their scholarship essay. The essay that House Method wants to see from their student applicants should answer the question: “How do you hope to improve the way people live in their homes?” in 1,000 words or less. Applicants will be judged on writing ability, overall excellence, and most importantly the creativity of their ideas and their commitment to improvements in their field of home-related work.
Students wishing to apply must use a college or school email address and provide proof of enrollment for the course they are hoping to use the scholarship towards funding. Applicants need to provide their essay and application form as a single PDF file and send to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11:59 pm on October 15th.
House Method is a brand that really strives to promote making life easier for homeowners, with content that can assist people with all different home and interior design needs to find inspiration, advice, and carefully thought out reviews of the products and services they could be using for their homes. The site features contributors with a high pedigree in a variety of fields relevant to homes and living, including high end realtor Michelle Griffith of the Corcoran Group, Head Chef and recipe developer at HelloFresh Claudia Sidoti, author, professor and psychologist Dr Laurie Mintz, design consultant Katy Milton, dietician, nutritionist and fitness expert Lindley R. Battle, and real estate expert Jennifer Vaught. These, and other top contributors, provide content that showcases their expertise and helps readers find the best in home-related information.
The editorial team behind House Method have also spent over 7.8k hours at the time of writing, investigating and testing out various home-related products and services, all in order to save their users time. With 841 companies tested, checked, and reviewed on the site at the time of writing, and 72 experts in different home-related fields interviewed, there is a wealth of useful information that homeowners can draw on for free when they use House Method as a useful resource. The site has received kudos from Good Housekeeping, Southern Living and MSN, to name but a few of the outlets that trust House Method.
As for the scholarship in 2018 and its last winner, the recipient of the $1,000 House Method Commitment to Our Homes Scholarship was second-year architecture student Margarita Ku, who is originally from the San Francisco Bay area and is studying at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (Cal Poly SLO). The judges were very impressed by Ku's plans to focus her future career in residential architecture after she graduates in 2022 on affordability, sustainability, and innovation.
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