Kitchen Cabinet Kings was founded by two entrepreneurs and is a leading supplier of kitchen and bathroom cabinets nationwide. In 2010, we started as just two guys with a dream to disrupt the cabinet industry and today we’re fortunate to have thousands of satisfied customers throughout the country.
As members of the Young Entrepreneur Council, we provide entrepreneurs with the resources and social capital they need to succeed. Today, our commitment to helping entrepreneurs is stronger than ever, and to that end we are proud to introduce the Kitchen Cabinet Kings Entrepreneur Scholarship, designed to help young entrepreneurs afford the rising costs of education.
Kitchen Cabinet Kings will award one (1) $5,000 scholarship for the best submitted entry determined by our team. The scholarship will be awarded in check form, made payable directly to the winner.
The deadline to enter is April 30th, 2017.
To apply, candidates must be a USA citizen and enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at an accredited American university.
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How to Apply
Enter your information and attach your essay to the form below to submit your application. We will not spam you – this will simply be used to remind you of deadlines and to announce the winner.
Enter the 2017 KCK ScholarshipSubmit your essay below!
Tips for Scholarship Essay
- You should double check for typos and grammatical errors. Remember, not everything will be underlined in red
- Your essay should stay on the topic provided. Other topics will not be considered
- Bonus points for creativity and thinking outside the box
- Your essay should be no more than 1,500 words
Winner Selection & Announcement
Voting and selection will be held May 15th, 2017 by the Kitchen Cabinet Kings management team.
Terms & Conditions
By submitting an entry to the Kitchen Cabinet Kings Entrepreneur Scholarship, you transfer all rights and ownership of submitted content to Kitchen Cabinet Kings, regardless of whether your entry is selected as a winner. Kitchen Cabinet Kings reserves the right to publish submitted work at the conclusion of the entry period in any manner Kitchen Cabinet Kings deems appropriate.
No purchase necessary for entry or winning. This is a one time $5,000 scholarship award and not given on a yearly basis.
Selection of winning submission is entirely at the discretion of Kitchen Cabinet Kings and the management team. The winner will be contacted by Kitchen Cabinet Kings via the email address used for submission. Kitchen Cabinet Kings reserves the right to choose different Scholarship Prize Recipient if initial recipient does not respond to accept Scholarship Prize within seven (7) days of notification. The winner will be confirmed ONLY after providing proof of enrollment in the form of a copy of a tuition bill OR letter of proof from the accredited United States college, university, or trade school at which the winner is enrolled. Upon confirmation of enrollment, the winner will be publicly announced on kitchencabinetkings.com, and Kitchen Cabinet Kings will mail the winner their check. In the event a winner cannot prove enrollment at a college, university, or trade school, a secondary winner will be chosen.
Kitchen Cabinet Kings is an industry leading online supplier of assembled and ready-to-assemble kitchen and bathroom cabinetry, offering discount cabinet pricing and the highest quality stock cabinets on the market. Kitchen Cabinet Kings was designed to benefit both homeowners in need inexpensive cabinets, and commercial buyers in need of wholesale cabinets. For more information on Kitchen Cabinet Kings visit http://www.kitchencabinetkings.com or call (888) 696-6454.
2016 Scholarship Winner
Lacey Parham from the University of Louisville was selected as the the recipient of the 2016 Kitchen Cabinet Kings Entrepreneur Scholarship. The essay topic was, "If you were given a budget of $25,000 to initiate a startup that could disrupt any online industry – what startup would you propose?" Read more about Lacey's startup idea on our blog.