The Davis Memorial Foundation currently awards each year
to individuals who want to further their education.
The Foundation gives priority to students who
want to attend a trade school, or get a college
or university degree that relates to the construction
industry. Employees, spouses, and children of
roofing industry professionals in particular are
encouraged to apply.
Awards are based on both academic and personal
achievements. Although financial need is not a
requirement for the award, the Foundation will
consider level of financial need as the final
criteria if, in the judgment of the selection
committee, candidates are otherwise ranked equally.
Amount of scholarship: Scholarship(s) will be awarded at $5,000 per
Number of scholarships awarded: No set limit
Deadline: April 13, 2018
Award Announcement: Western Roofing Expo 2018 - June 10-12 @ Paris Las Vegas, Las Vegas NV
with the 2018 Scholarship Application
2017 Scholarship Winners Are Announced!
Eagle, ID - Oregon State University
Jared Daniel Grady
Phoenix, AZ - University of Arizona
Avery Janelle McFarlin
Abilene, TX - Abilene Christian University
Portland, OR - Oregon State University
The Dalles, OR - The Dalles High School
Atlanta, GA - Holy Innocents Episcopal School
Spartanburg, SC - Gettys D. Broome High School
Ashlyn Diana Clark
Provo, UT - Brigham Young University
Uniontown, OH - Lake High School
Paola Flores Gomez
Oakland, CA - Oakland Charter High School
See previous Davis Memorial Foundation scholarship recipients
The Davis Memorial Foundation awards grants to
help develop curriculum and establish libraries
at construction management schools affiliated
with colleges or universities in the western states.
The foundation also grants funds to organizations
that offer seminars or provide printed materials
that add to the knowledge base of roofing professionals.
Please contact the Foundation at (650) 938-5441
if you have any questions about who is eligible
to receive grants.
must meet one of the following requirements:
- Currently attend a high school, technical
trade school, or college or university
(graduate or undergraduate)
- Been accepted into a college, university,
or trade school
- Be an employee of a roofing professional
- Be a spouse, child (by birth or legal
adoption), or step-child of a roofing
If you have any questions, please feel
free to contact the Foundation at (650)