The PWC Connecticut Chapter is dedicated to advancing the fields of architecture, construction and engineering as a viable career choice for young adults.

We offer annual scholarships to young women and men who are pursuing college degrees in these fields of study.

Past Recipients
Luis Guaillas-Acosta | University of Connecticut | Civil Engineering 2020
Angelina Alessandrini | Roger Williams University | Architecture 2020
Seniha Atas | University of Hartford | Architecture 2020
Gabrielle Bernier | Clemson University | Architecture 2020
Micah Chen | Cornell University | Civil Engineering 2020
Julia Farr | University of Massachusetts Amherst | Civil Engineering 2020
Emily Fazzina | Roger Williams University | Construction Management 2020
Rebecca Feldman | University of Connecticut | Civil Engineering 2020
Chloe Rose LaBissoniere | Central Connecticut State University | Construction Management 2020
Elizabeth Lowe | University of Massachusetts, Amherst | Mechanical Engineering 2020
Edwin Maldonado | University of Bridgeport | Interior Design 2020
Christina Marcellus | University of New Haven | Mechanical Engineering 2020
Kyle Meyers | Roger Williams University | Architecture 2020
Ann Pakhayev | Cornell University | Architecture 2020
Emily Root | University of Connecticut | Mechanical Engineering 2020
+ Click here for the 2021 PWC CT scholarship application form.

The Connecticut ACE Mentor Scholarship

The PWC Connecticut Chapter also makes an annual donation to the Scholarship Fund of the ACE Mentor Program of Connecticut. The ACE Mentor Program was founded to introduce high school students to career opportunities in the Architecture/Construction/Engineering industry.


“Your generous contribution will make it possible for us to continue supporting students interested in the A/E/C fields through mentorship and scholarships. Some of our students may not have otherwise pursued a college education. Thank you once again for investing in the future of our ACE graduates.”

Maria Loitz, CPSM | President of ACE Mentor Program of Connecticut | Connecticut

PWC is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1980. Contributions are tax deductible.

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