The Cleaning Authority CARES Scholarship
At The Cleaning Authority, our franchise locations recognize the value of education and support their employees in their pursuit for higher education. Over the years, multiple locations have done work to assist their employees in going to school whether that has been through flexible work schedules or tuition assistance. After seeing this great work across the system, the commitment to education has extended to The Cleaning Authority CARES.
Employees of The Cleaning Authority, along with their children and spouses, have the opportunity each year to apply for The Cleaning Authority CARES scholarship to assist them in furthering their education. Each year, ten recipients are honored with the scholarship in the amount of $1,000, which can be used towards the cost of tuition, books, or any other fees at an accredited university, college, trade, or technical school.
Any employee of The Cleaning Authority who has been employed for a minimum of twelve months as of February 28, 2020, their spouse, or their child working to further their education can apply for a scholarship. Learn more about employment opportunities at The Cleaning Authority.
The 2020 application period runs October 1, 2019 through January 31, 2020. Recipients will be announced in April 2020. If you are a current employee of a location of The Cleaning Authority, speak with the office staff for more information.
2020 The Cleaning Authority CARES Recipients
Ashley FloresAshley is the daughter of Susana Flores of The Cleaning Authority, West Houston. This upcoming fall, Ashley intends to pursue a Bachelor of Mass Communication and Journalism at Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, TX. She wants to be a positive role model in her younger brother’s life and show him that “education is the powerful weapon someone could use to make a difference in the world.” Ashley hopes to use her degree to work toward her dream of becoming a journalist!
Ashley Yanez Ashley is the daughter of Sugey Martinez at The Cleaning Authority of Spring, TX. She will be attending the University of Houston in the fall. To Ashley, The Cleaning Authority CARES scholarship means being able to further focus on her studies so that she can make her family proud.
Daisy Giselle DeandaDaisy is the daughter of Blanca Alvarez of The Cleaning Authority, Salt Lake City. Currently a pre-nursing student at Utah State University, Daisy’s goal is to be accepted to the nursing program and graduate with a Bachelor of Nursing. She has previously completed a medical assistant externship, shadowing program, and is certified in CPR. She is a first-generation college student and is passionate about her dream of providing effective and comforting care to others.
Diana Cardoza Manzano Diana is the daughter of Inocencia Manzano at The Cleaning Authority of Indianapolis. Diana was also employed by The Cleaning Authority for the past two summers, demonstrating a strong work ethic and positive presence in the office. A first-generation college student, her parents have always motivated and inspired her to work hard to achieve her goals. Upon graduating with her Nursing Degree from Marian University, Diana’s goal is to become an emergency room nurse before returning to school for her Master’s Degree in Nursing.
Gabriela limonGabriela is the daughter of Maria Garza of The Cleaning Authority, San Antonio. She is currently in a training program to become a Pharmacy Technician. As a young mother, Gabriela strives to be a positive role model and support system for her daughter. She is dedicated to furthering her education to make a positive impact in the lives of those in her community and in future generations to come.
Reagan Shook Reagan has been an employee of The Cleaning Authority of Round Rock since February 2017, demonstrating excellent attendance, willingness to train new employees, and a positive attitude. He is always eager to help where help is needed. Reagan is currently pursuing an Associate Degree in Heating Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration and Business at Austin Community College, with a dream to one day be a contractor and owner of an HVACR company.
Rosario Arteaga Esquivel Rosario is the daughter of Maria del Rosario Esquivel Zetina of The Cleaning Authority, Sacramento. Rosario achieved her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work in 2018 and is currently continuing her education at California State University, Sacramento to receive her Master’s in Social Work by 2021. She is passionate about serving her community, and began providing services as a mental health social worker to homeless individuals in Sacramento County upon receiving her Bachelor’s Degree. Her long-term goal is to continue this work as a Licensed Clinician Social Worker to make positive difference in the lives of others, her community, and society as a whole.
Tabatha Flannagan Tabatha has been a hardworking and dedicated employee with The Cleaning Authority in Lakeland, FL since June 2017 and a manager since March 2018. Tabatha earned her Associate Degree in Liberal Arts form Polk State Community College this past year and is continuing her education by pursuing a Bachelor of Accounting at Keiser University. She wants to use her education to further better herself, support her family, and show her two small children to never give up and that you can always achieve your goals.
Vanessa Limon Vanessa is the daughter of Maria Garza of The Cleaning Authority, San Antonio. She is currently in her last year of her Bachelor’s Degree in Education at Texas A&M University, San Antonio. She is a first-generation high school graduate and the first one in her family to obtain her Associate Degree. Once she graduates, Vanessa hopes to continue her education by pursuing her Master’s Degree in Counseling and Guidance to make her family proud and show her community that investing in yourself “can truly highlight the good in life.”