By investing in the education of driven and innovative students, Stop-Painting believes that we can help to develop future leaders that will drive the success of businesses around the globe.
Stop-Painting is proud to offer a bi-annual scholarship program to provide financial support to a current graduate or executive education student who can articulate how a visually organized workplace can make a company more productive.
We are especially excited to get applications from students studying industrial organization psychology, supply chain management, lean organization, business organization, operations management or related fields.
Please complete the form below and include your essay in section IV. Provide your E-Signature at the bottom and click submit.
These are the standard terms and conditions for competitions conducted or promoted by or in association with InSite Solutions, LLC and Stop-Painting. Your entry into the competition and/or your acceptance of a scholarship (in the event that you win a scholarship) constitutes your binding acceptance of the terms and conditions listed below:
Thorp, a junior Honors College student at Clemson University, is the winner of the Fall 2016 scholarship. As a resident assistant (RA) and Community Development Assistant (CDA) on campus, she supervises a team of 20 RA's, serving as a liaison between students, other RA's, and school administrators for her residence hall.Read More
Leone, the winner of InSite Solutions’ Spring 2016 scholarship contest, works part-time as a veterinarian assistant in an emergency veterinary center. “The more we’re organized and ready for whatever comes through the door, the better chance for a good outcome,” said Leone.Read More
Stop-Painting is a company built on the premise that a visually organized workplace is a better workplace. We help facility and safety managers create safer workplaces by communicating safety messages that prevent accidents. Our products also improve efficiency and productivity by visually organizing floors with floor markings that can feature photo-realistic imagery. To learn more about Stop-Painting, follow us on Facebook, find us Twitter, watch our YouTube videos, or read our blog.