Our Scholarship Program

Metro Car Wash believes passionately in education as well the equal opportunity for everyone to get one.  That’s why we founded the Metro Car Wash / Harkin Scholarship with Jeremy Harkin, a Tucson High School English teacher.

Our goal is simple: to provide at least one Tucson graduating high school student per year with the funding for at least one full year of tuition at Pima Community College.

Click this LINK to learn more or to apply.

 

Brittany Bidwell Winner Port

Congratulations Brittany Bidwell, the Metro/Harkin Scholarship winner for 2013-2014!

Brittany graduated from Sahuaro High School.

While attending school, she worked part time, for two years, at Old Pueblo Gymnastics Academy where she is a coach. During her free time, she enjoys reading and volunteering in the community and at her church.  She is interested in a career in Sports Medicine.

The Metro Car Wash Scholarship will pay for one full year of Brittany’s tuition at Pima Community College.

Funds for the Scholarship were raised by Metro’s Zombie Wash and customer donations. Good job, Brittany!

 

Congratulations Claire Gunther, the Metro/Harkin Scholarship winner for 2012-2013!

Claire Gunther is a graduate of Sahuaro High School in Tucson.  Claire impressed our Scholarship Board by maintaining a rigorous work schedule (2 jobs), while also maintaining a high GPA and still finding time to volunteer.  Her community involvement has included babysitting for single mothers who could not afford child care (a service through her church) and volunteering as a children’s swim instructor through her former swim team (Orcas).  Claire is looking forward to helping with Metro’s Zombie Wash 2012, as well as joining the Scholarship Board to help choose next year’s recipient.  Claire is majoring in Hotel and Restaurant Management.


Congratulations to Terrence Peel-Charles, the Metro/Harkin Scholarship winner for 2011-2012!

Terrence Peel-Charles (18) is a recent graduate of Marana High School.  He earned a 3.4 GPA, was active in Key Club, volunteered for various charity events including Aids Walk and the Special Olympics, and worked part time as an after-school Classified Enrichment Instructor. Perhaps most notably, Terrence received an opportunity his Junior Year to participate as a foreign exchange student in Germany.