The Plumbers Cape Town scholarship was created to raise awareness on water conservation in both residential and commercial applications.
Water conservation has never been more important. Access to fresh water for our day-to-day needs is scarce and a crisis waiting to happen. The world is always on the lookout for more ways to manage their water consumption to help protect this precious resource.
How to Enter
With the recent Cape Town Water Crisis, it’s essential for residents to conserve water. This year’s essay topic covers this essential question – how can people save more water every day?
Applicants should spend time researching new and innovative ways that residents can conserve water. The greater Cape Town area has around 3.7 million residents. What can every resident could do that would significantly cut our water consumption?
With the looming idea of Day Zero, when all citizens would have to shut off their water supplies, how can residents live off of a limited amount of water? Consider the variety of people that live in the area, from an individual to a large family.
Your essay should be 500 to 800 words long and submitted using the form found below by September 1, of this year.
Why You Should Enter
- Help subsidize your expensive tuition
- Get featured on multiple platforms which can help build your resume, portfolio.
- Becoming an authoritative voice in the home improvement and plumbing industry
- Expand your expertise and knowledge when it comes to plumbing and home improvement
Awards & Selection Process
Plumbing Scholarship Amount
The winner of the scholarship will receive R10,000 as a cash prize.
The winner of Plumbers Cape Town’s scholarship will be determined using the following criteria:
- The level of creativity, originality and detail of the submitted essay
- Submitter’s ability to formulate and support an opinion
- Clear and articulate writing
- All submitted essays must be written in English.
- As an application you must be currently attending and enrolled in either a high school, undergraduate school, or graduate school located in South Africa.
- There is no age or citizenship requirement.
- Essays must be sent via the form below. To be valid, the application email must include the following information:
- Your name
- The name, address, and contact details of your school
- Your current grade level
- Only one entry per student. Should you submit multiple entries per student, they will be disregarded
- Employees of Plumbers Cape Town and their immediate family members are not eligible for this contest.
- All entries become the property of Plumbers Cape Town. The contest winner agrees to allow Plumbers Cape Town to publish or print his/her name and essay.
- The prize will be awarded through PayPal. The winner will be required to provide their PayPal email address in order to complete the money transfer.
- Winners will be solely responsible for any federal, provincial, or local taxes.
- The prize is listed and paid in United States Dollars (USD).
- The decision of Plumbers Cape Town in respect of any dispute arising out of this program shall be final.
About Plumbers Cape town
Plumbers Cape Town is your place to go for all things related to water and plumbing needs. Our team combined has over 30 years of professional and certified experience ready to help you with plumbing installation, maintenance, renovations, and emergencies.
We continue to grow our company to better service Cape Town and the surrounding area. By expanding our knowledge and continuing our training to be efficient plumbers, our staff has all the knowledge and tools needed to get the job done right the first time.
Services provided by Plumbers Cape Town include:
- Emergency Plumbing
- Drain Unblocking
- Leak Detection
- Geyser Repair, Installation, and Maintenance
- Commercial Plumbing
Water is a precious resource that our world needs. Without it, the consequences would be dire. We understand the importance of conserving our water and educating the public on ways to protect our water supply.
Our team looks to new technology, education, and learning from others to find ways to provide cost-effective services to the area. Not only that, but through that education, we also find ways to help reduce the amount of water our appliances use, as well as how much water we use.