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Each year we are pleased to award over $25,000 to worthy recipients in construction-related programs. Award amounts range from $500 to $2,500. Some local chapters award scholarships as well, please contact the National Office to find a chapter near you. 800-552-3506. For questions on eligibility please see below or email us at nawic@nawic.org.

Applications must be postmarked by February 28th of each year to qualify for competition.

PLEASE NOTE: Scholarship winners will be contacted by the NFSF committee.  If you are an applicant, please do not call the national office to check on scholarship status


Undergraduate Scholarship

Elegibility:

  • Applicant must be currently enrolled in a construction-related degree program at a school in the United Sates and must have a least one term remaining in a course of study leading to a degree or an associate degree in a construction-related field. High school seniors are not eligible.
  • Applicant must desire a career in a construction-related field. 
  • Applicant must be enrolled full-time.
  • Applicant must have a current cumulative GPA or 3.0 or higher to be considered for awards.

2014 Undergraduate Scholarship Application and Criteria


Construction Trades Scholarship

Eligibility:

  • Applicant must be currently enrolled in a construction-related training program which is approved by the Bureau of Apprenticeship Training, community college, technical school or equivalent.
  • Applicant must be obtaining training in a construction-related craft or trade.

2014 Construction Trades Scholarship Application and Criteria


The NAWIC Founders' Scholarship Foundation is an equal opportunity organization, and encourages applications from all individuals. The Foundation is recognized by the IRS as a 509(a)(3) Corporation, so all donations are deductible as charitable contributions.

AWARDING SCHOLARSHIPS THROUGH THE NAWIC FOUNDERS’ SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION: NFSF Administration Application

NAWIC Founders' Scholarship Foundation (payee)

Robin Fulton Meyer, CBT, CIT
2897 Desert Vista Drive
Bullhead City, AZ  86429

nfsfscholarship@gmail.com
 

2013 NFSF Scholarship Recipients

Awarded from NFSF interest income:
Jessica Basinski University of Nevada
Brad Beecher Utah Pipe Trades
Jace Christensen Iowa State University
Jazmin Diaz University of Houston
Stacy Evazich Minnesota State University Moorehead
Melissa Flaherty Cal State University East Bay
Kathryn Gertz M.I.T.
Taylor Godfrey Clemson University
Lauren Griffith John Brown University
Kathleen Leise Kansas State
Caitline Mackey M.I.T.
Anne Malbon Virginia Tech
Laneya Mosher Triangle Tech
Angela Noah University of Southern California
Jason Ohlsson Kent State University

 

Awarded from NAWIC Chapters/Memorial Funds:
Sara Bickford Seattle Central Community College #54 Portland
Shannon Buchanan Ball State University #97 Louisville
Brian Carroll Iowa State University #80 Des Moines/CFMA 
Nicole Conti Kent State University #156 Cleveland
Valeria DeLeon Texas A & M University #1 Fort Worth
Devin Doster Ball State University #34 Indianapolis
Aaron Elston Iowa State University #80 Des Moines/CFMA 
Jamie Grome Wentworth Institute of Technology #379 Westchester County
Laura Hall University of Washington #143 Spokane/Loraine Nichols Trust
Rebecca Hastings U W Milwaukee #105 Milwaukee
Kelly Huston University of Cincinnati #64 Cincinnati
Melody Javaherian So Cal Institute of Architecture #42 Los Angeles
Nathalie Kip Andrews University #177 Lansing/Carleen E Hallman
Jimmy Kyser University of Alaska Anchorage #197 Alaska
Sabahudin Lalic University of Connecticutt #379 Westchester County
Kendra Lane Santa Clara University #99 Santa Clara/Faye Fisher Memorial
William Lehmkuhl University of Cincinnati #64 Cincinnati
Lauren Lineberger University of Colorado Boulder #356 Colorado Springs
Megan Maki Marquette University #105 Milwaukee
Cindy Manrique New Jersey Institute of Technology #379 Westchester County
Gabrielle McMorrow University of Wyoming #112 Metro Denver/Vona J. Wagner Memorial
Joshua Meeks Colorado School of Mines #112 Metro Denver/Vona J. Wagner Memorial
James Moody Gonzaga University #143 Spokane/Loraine Nichols Trust
Landon Northey Boise State University #197 Alaska
Joshua Patience University of Northern Iowa #80 Des Moines/CFMA 
Kirk Paul Boise State University #54 Portland
Laura Pochowski University of Southern California #91 Orange County/Kathryn Clay Memorial
Christine Price Cal Poly San Luis Obispo #87 Tacoma/Signe Purvis Memorial
Bryce Rainey Ball State University #34 Indianapolis
Melanie Ray Penn State University #145 Philadelphia/Eleanor K Buckley Memorial
Megan Rush Purdue University #34 Indianapolis & Ginger Hedrick Memorial
Brittany Schwartz University of Wisconsin #105 Milwaukee
Aaron Smith Purdue University #34 Indianapolis
Ashley Tiano Kent State University #156 Cleveland
Heather Todak Virginia Tech #145 Philadelphia/Eleanor K Buckley Memorial
Larry Travis Mississippi State University #54 Portland
Katie Woodward Ball State University #34 Indianapolis

 

About NAWIC

The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) originally began as Women in Construction of Fort Worth, Texas. Sixteen women working in the construction industry founded it in 1953. Knowing that women represented only a small fraction of the construction industry, the founders organized NAWIC to create a support network. Women in Construction of Fort Worth was so successful that it gained its national charter in 1955 and became the National Association of Women in Construction. Today, NAWIC provides its members with opportunities for professional development, education, networking, leadership training, public service and more.