We are pleased to announce the winner of the third annual “Design Your Success” scholarship and the $2000.00 prize to Katie Chesebro of Janesville, Wisconsin!
The “Design Your Success” scholarship is intended to give the applicants the ability to creatively submit a 1,200-1,500 word essay on how they plan to design their own success throughout their lives. The intentionally broad prompt allows applicants the freedom and challenge of creating personalized goals and plans to achieve their own definition of success. Katie has an inspiring background in service, in her local community, and her church. Katie has plans to attend the University of Wisconsin to become a news and sports broadcaster and share her talent for public speaking to a broader audience.
“One of the best byproducts of Signs.com’s success has been the ability to support and contribute to the growth of students nationwide through this scholarship,” says Nelson James, Co-founder of Signs.com. “Katie was one of many applicants, at a young age, that showed impressive maturity and an understanding on the necessity of goal setting and perseverance. We hope that this scholarship will help cover some of the costs of her college education as she works towards these goals.”
Applications for the 2020 scholarship will open up this Fall to students preparing to graduate in the class of 2020 as well as those who will be college/university freshman beginning in the Fall of 2020. More information on the “Design Your Success” scholarship can be found on our scholarship page.
Signs.com is the online signage leader for businesses of varying sizes and consumer-based prints and products. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, Signs.com’s award-winning customer service, one-day production, free design services, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee has helped the company achieve national and international recognition for its seamless, customer-oriented signage experience. Along with its efforts to facilitate the growth of education through the “Design Your Success” scholarship, Signs.com pursues philanthropy in several ways including working closely with and donating to nonprofit organizations and providing free prints to terminally ill children and those facing extended stay in hospitals nationwide.