PSAI Scholarship Program

14309969_xlAdvancement through education is a concept the PSAI has long promoted. Each year the PSAI awards at least five scholarships of $5,000 each to individuals in our industry who have made a commitment to advancing themselves through higher education.



Congratulations to the 2018-19 PSAI Scholarship Award Winners!


Isabelle Fobbe
Home Town: Annandale, Minnesota
Member Company: Satellite Industries
School: University of Minnesota
Major: Nursing



Devyn Luden
Home Town: Guilford, Connecticut
Member Company: PolyJohn Inc.
School: Providence College
Major: Biology



Christina Mangano
Home Town: Natick, Massachusetts
Member Company: United Site Services
School: Loyola University
Major: Biology



Sage Staples
Home Town: Puyallup, Washington
Member Company: Northwest Cascade HoneyBucket
School: Utah Valley University
Major: Elementary Education



Scott Watson 
Home Town: Santa Clarita, California
Member Company: Andy Gump Company
School: University of California San Diego
Major: Political Scienc


Applications for the 2018-19 academic year scholarships were accepted from February 1, 2018 to March 15, 2018. In 2018, we received 35 applications, up 25% from 2017. Thank you to all of those who applied. The PSAI continues to take pride in our growing program.

PSAI scholarships are awarded to qualified incoming freshmen and current college undergraduates who are employees or immediate family members of employees of a PSAI Member company in good standing – worldwide! Since its founding in 2004, over 100 college students have received PSAI scholarships totaling $332,500.

PSAI Scholarship Criteria*

  • Must be an employee of a PSAI Member company, or the child or spouse of a full-time employee who has been with the Member company for at least two years.
  • High school senior or college undergraduate enrolled full time at a four-year or two-year college, vocational or technical school.
  • GPA 3.0 or above (official transcript required)
  • Six semester hours are required for full-time portable restroom employees with part-time student status
  • A minimum SAT score of 1000, ACT score of 21, or country equivalent
  • Submit an essay on the importance and value of portable sanitation

*Managed by Scholarship America.


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