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PWC CT Awards $53,000 in Student Scholarships

Connecticut

July 6, 2021

The Professional Women in Construction Connecticut Chapter (PWC CT) is proud to award $48,000 in student scholarships, along with a $5,000 donation to the Connecticut Chapter of the ACE Mentorship program. It is through the generosity and support of our 2020/2021 sponsors and those who attended our programs this season, that PWC CT is honored and excited to present the following 16 young men and women with individual $3,000 scholarships.

 

Student Name            Major                                     College/University

Ariana Chandarpal        Architecture                             Roger Williams University

Micah Chen                    Civil Engineering                     Cornell University

Guadalupe Jeffers         Interior Design                         University of New Haven

Caitlin Jenkins              Civil Engineering                     University of Connecticut

Erin Klem                      Mechanical Engineering         CCSU

Amber Kountz              Architecture                               University of Miami

Erin LoMonaco            Landscape Architecture          Roger Williams University

Edwin Maldonado       Interior Design                         University of Bridgeport

Ann Pakhayev              Architecture                               Cornell University

Haley Palmer               Construction Management     Purdue University

Eda Raycraft                Architecture                               Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Deema Sayegh             Construction Management     CCSU

Lauren Scheid              Architecture                              Roger Williams University

Isaiah Solis                   Architecture                              Pratt Institute

John Steglitz                Engineering                              Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Rachael Trowbridge   Sustainability                           University of New Hampshire

 

Scholarship applicants must be currently enrolled in or entering into a two-year or four-year college undergraduate or graduate program to study a construction-related discipline. Recipients must be attending a college or university on a full-time basis and can reapply for the PWC CT scholarship each year of their schooling.

For more information about the PWC CT scholarship program or to help support this program during the 2021/2022 year, please visit the PWC CT website.

About PWC CT

Chartered in 2005, the Professional Women in Construction Connecticut Chapter (PWC CT) has been providing programming that presents the very latest in current industry topics, as well as providing exceptional networking and business development opportunities for our guests. Members of the Connecticut Chapter of PWC represent all major disciplines within our industry, and are drawn from Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts.  Please visit us at the PWC CT website for more information.

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