CBC Charities began in 2001 as the employees and friends of Continental Building Company created a lasting tribute to the son of a fellow employee. In 2001 The Tyler Ludwig Scholarship was created and today it continues to serve young people interested in education in a construction related field. The scholarship is awarded through The Builders Exchange Foundation (of Central Ohio) and currently awards the successful student with a $1,000 scholarship and is renewable each year as long as the student maintains certain criteria. If you are interested in applying for The Tyler Ludwig Scholarship you may obtain an application form through The Builders Exchange Foundation or you may follow This Link.
In 2004, CBC Charities wanted to expand its’ charitable focus so we created an employee based charity committee and defined our primary purpose as: to provide for the care and education of our youth.
With this in mind, we established the CBC Charities scholarship fund that is housed at The Columbus Foundation. In 2006, we began to award a $1,000 scholarship each year to a graduating high school senior that is enrolling in a four-year college or university. This scholarship is renewable for four years as long as the student meets certain criteria. We accept scholarship applications from high school seniors from the Central Ohio, Greater Pittsburgh and Cleveland, OH areas. As our fund grows, our hopes are that we will be able to increase the amount of the scholarship awarded each year. To apply for the CBC Charities scholarship, please click this link.
Olivia is a recent graduate of Bishop Ready High School
in Columbus, OH. She was selected to receive the CBC Charities Scholarship from a group of 50 applicants from the
Columbus, Cleveland and Pittsburgh area.
Olivia chose Ball State University in Muncie, IN to study telecommunications, with a concentration in video production. She hopes to move to Los Angeles after graduation and be a director on a
television and/or movie set.
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The 2016 recipient, Diamond Burnett, is a recent graduate of MC2 Stem High School in Cleveland, OH. She was selected from a group of 43 applicants from the Columbus, Cleveland and Pittsburgh area. Diamond chose George Washington University in Washington DC to study Criminal Justice and International Affairs. She works with Americorps in the Jump Start program helping low income families with pre-schoolers work on the literacy skills they need to be ready for kindergarten; and is involved in the Community Building Community program at GWU.
The 2015 recipient, Cassidy Maher, a recent graduate of Granville High School, and was selected from a group of 96 applicants from the Columbus, Cleveland and Pittsburgh area. Cassidy chose Amherst College in Massachusetts to study Chemistry and is on the Pre-Med track. She has joined several health/medical clubs, an outdoor club and a Special Olympics club.
University of Pittsburgh studying NeuroScience and Social Work; aspiring to be a mental health therapist
Case Western University studying Civil Engineering
University of Pittsburgh studying Business majoring in Global Management with a minor in Economics
from Powell, OH and he will be attending The Ohio State University studying chemical
engineering and then on to medical school
from Millersport, OH who is studying to become an art teacher at Muskingum University
from Blacklick, Ohio who is attending The Ohio State University
from Pittsburgh who attended the University of Pittsburgh and is studying Civil Engineering
from Columbus who attended Cedarville University
from Pittsburgh and he attended the University of Pennsylvania
Our annual Charity Golf Outing is the source of funds for our CBC Charities Scholarship. In addition to our scholarship, each year we make a gift to a charity that we believe lines up with our primary purpose. Past recipients of our Charity Golf Outing fundraising have included: