A-1 Auto Transport offers scholarships for students interested in auto logistics

BREMERTON – Deadline is March 10 to apply for a scholarship from A-1 Auto Transport.

Three scholarships worth $1,000, $500, and $250 will be awarded. A scholarship applicant must be a current full-time or part-time student of an accredited or non-accredited institute, truck driving school or other logistics program, with a minimum GPA of 3.0. There is no requirement of minimum age.

To apply, applicants must write an essay/article (of at least 1,000 words and not posted elsewhere on the internet) about a topic related to automotive logistics. Typical topics include:

  • auto transportation services
  • shipping cars overseas
  • enclosed car shipping
  • door-to-door vehicle transport
  • shipping classic cars
  • motorcycle shipping
  • freight shipping
  • moving long distance
  • moving internationally

Email to scholarships@a1autotransport.com along with full name, contact information, and school you will be attending.

Essays/articles will be posted on the A-1 Auto Transport website, with content attributed to the author, to be voted on by the scholarship committee. Winners will be announced by the end of March. The winners will also be notified via email.

2017 submissions included: “How a Traffic Jam Changed my Life,” Cristina Garcia; “Maritime Logistics,” by Fantahun Birhanu; “Shipping to Armenia,” by Anna Stepanyan; “Keep on Trucking: Reducing our Carbon Footprint,” by Akudo McGee; “Adventures in Moving Internationally,” by Amy Moore; and “Ways to improve auto transportation services in Brazil,” by Daniel Setton.

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