Cobb Hill Construction is proud to offer scholarships to local home schooled or high school graduating seniors who have demonstrated an interest in any of the following careers: drafting; construction; architecture; or electrical or civil engineering.  Qualifying schools are Bow High School, Bishop Brady, Concord High School, Concord Christian Academy and Merrimack Valley High School.

Scholarship selection will be based upon a combination of demonstrated interest, positive attitude, teacher recommendations, and financial need.  The recipient must have been accepted by a post-secondary school.  Scholarships will be awarded to one or more students in the amount of $500, based on need and merit.

In order to be considered, your completed application must be turned in to your school’s guidance office no later than April 19, 2019.  The school will then forward the application onto Cobb Hill for the selection process.  Alternately students can submit their scholarship package directly to Cobb Hill no later than May 10, 2019.

Scholarship recipients will be notified no later than May 17, 2019 and must come to the Cobb Hill office to receive your scholarship award.  Scholarship checks will be made payable directly to your chosen school.

Cobb Hill Construction is dedicated to promoting careers in the construction industry by providing training and education for all employees and by encouraging students to pursue further education in these fields.



Learn about last year's winners:

Pictured here (Left to Right): Elizabeth West, Jerry Kingwill, and Sadie Warburton  Photo by Tim Drew

Pictured here (Left to Right): Elizabeth West, Jerry Kingwill, and Sadie Warburton

Photo by Tim Drew


Cobb Hill Construction is pleased to announce that two local High School seniors have been chosen for this year's scholarship program. The selected seniors from Bow High School and Merrimack Valley High School each received a $500 scholarship.

The recipients include Sadie Warburton, a graduating senior at Bow High School, who will be studying mechanical engineering at the Smith College; Elizabeth (Liz) West, a graduating senior at Merrimack Valley High School, who will be attending Roger Williams University to pursue a Bachelor of Science with environmental focus under Civil Engineering Specialization. 

Since 2000, Cobb Hill Construction has been dedicated to promoting careers in the construction, engineering, and architectural fields. To that end, Cobb Hill annually awards up to $2,000 in scholarships to deserving area high school seniors.

"Both graduating seniors were selected above all other applicants as a result of their demonstrated high ethics and dedication to furthering their careers in the construction and engineering fields," states Jerry Kingwill, President of Cobb Hill Construction. "Our industry needs young people of this caliber to make a career of building better and more energy efficient buildings to improve the future for all of us."

Interested in the 2018 scholarship program? Please click the box below for this year's application!