Educational Scholarship

Founder and CEO, Abram Harris feels that continued education is important and that the cost of going to school shouldn't be an excuse not to go. Each year Transportation Bull takes a percentage of all billable invoices along with additional contributions from it's customers and designates it as Scholarship Moneys to award as scholarship money for school expenses.

Very few strings attached

Unlike most scholarship programs, the Transportation Bull Scholarship comes with very few strings attached. We DO NOT ask that you commit to a career in trucking, logistics, mechanics, farming, or any other specific field or major. All we ask is that you use our scholarship funds for school related expenses.

Any School Will Do

Students in low household income situations are encouraged to apply regardless of the type of school they want to attend;  University, College, Trade Schools, Institutes in any field or major,  that you desire.

Scholarship Funding Partners

Transportation Bull Scholarship Program

The Transportation Bull Scholarship offers up to $5000 to students of low income households to help offset the cost that comes with a good education.

Open to Any Senior Anywhere in the United State

Our scholarship program is designed to help students from low income households take away some of the financial sting that comes from furthering their eduction. It is limited to students in the United States with an annual household income of $100,000 or less.


Higher education can be a new chalange to most people. So why should we make it more so with our requirements?

Simply put to qualify for up to $5000 in scholarship funds from Transportation Bull and it's partners you will need to meet the following requirements:

  • Be applying for or accepted to an institution of higher learning. The following are types of acceptable schools:
    1. Trade School & institutes
    2. Community College
    3. University
  • Currently enrolled in a High School located in the USA, Purto Rico, US Samoa, or US operated military base.
  • Household income of $100,000 or less
  • Complete the application below
  • Be picked by a selection panel

PLEASE NOTE: Transportation Bull reserves the right to present multiple awards and awards of lesser value to Applicants as they feel so inclined.

Selection Process

Applications need to be in no later than April 15th of each year and selections are made by a committee consisting of the President and CEO Abram Harris, an Transportation Bull Driver, and a member from each contributing scholarship partner.

Selection is made based on completion of the application and the introduction and Essay portions of the application. While a high Grade Point Average isn't a requirement we do take this into consideration.

Before awarding Scholarships income verification will be reviewed to make sure student meets the household income requirement and all references will be contacted.

All Awardees, Parent or Guardian, and school will be notified of their award by May 10th of that year. Along with a Formal letter of notification an announcement will be made through a local newspaper in the awardee's city/town.

Presentation of Award(s)

Scholarship Awardees will be presented their Scholarship either at a school sanctioned awards ceremony ( If after May 15th) or in person. The Scholarship will be payable to the institution they will be attending as credit towards school expenses such as tuition, books, meal plans, or on campus residence.


Scholarship awards are renewable each year by presenting a copy of official transcripts showing a B average or greater.

Scholarship Awardees

Haley Moomau

Calvert High School, Prince Frederick, Maryland, Class of 2018
Longwood University- Kinesiology, Sign Language
" ...failure is going to happen, but how we react to this failure determines the kind of person you are.

Whether or not you realize it failure can bring you to greater things."

Shelby Biggs

Wiliams Field High School, Gilbert, Arizona, Class of 2018
Northern Arizona University - Major Elementry Education, Minor Music
My Favorite Quote is...

"Oh, the places you'll go! There is fun to be done! There are points to be scored. There are games to be won. And the magical things you can do with that ball will make you the winning-est winner of all." - Dr. Seuss

Scholarship Application

Take your time and put some thought into this application it could be worth $5000 to you. We recommend copying the form and pasting it to your favorite text editor for answering our longer question. Be honest, and complete. We can't wait to read what you have to say.
In the form field, "About Me" tell us about you. Perferably in 250 words or less.

Things you can tell us about are: Where do you sit in sibling order; What are your hobbies and interest; What did you want to be when you grew up and is that still true today?

Be real, don't try and tell us what you think we might want to hear... This is part of how we get to know you.
Pick ONE of the essay prompts below. Then in a text editor of your choice using 500 words or less write an essay. When done Copy the text and paste it in the "ESSAY HERE" box.

Essay Promts (Pick One)

  1. The lessons we take fromobstacles we encountercan be fundamental to later success. Recount a time when you faced achallenge, setback, or failure.How did it affect you, and what did you learn from the experience?‍
  2. Reflect on a time when youquestionedor challenged a belief or idea. What prompted yourhinking? Whatwas the outcome?‍
  3. Describe a problem you've solved or a problem you'd like to solve. It can be an intellectual challenge, a research query, an ethical dilemma - anything that is of personal importance, no matter the scale. Explain its significance to you and what steps you took or could be taken to identify a solution.
  4. ‍Discuss an accomplishment, event, oealizationthatsparked a period of personal growth and a new understanding of yourself or others.
Non-Familial References
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