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Regarding ACCE's IAB Workshop:  "I also wanted to take this opportunity to share some take-aways from my trip to Mobile, [while attending] the ACCE Advisory Board Best Practices Event.  I think someone from our Board (hopefully multiple people) needs to attend every year.  I never thought our involvement would be THAT important to the program, never know how much affect we have."

-Matt Harvell, IAB member from Georgia Southern

"It was pretty easy.... I've had three jobs since graduation and my experience keeps raising my salary."

-Michael Hunter
-CM Major

"The construction profession is so much more than means and methods in executing a project. In our ever more complex world, the language of construction tends to be that of contracts and accounting more than whalers and tie backs. That is why I have come to cherish the background and perspective I received from my construction management education."

-Max Jordan
-University of Nebraska

Scholarships


ACCE is pleased to offer the following links offering scholarship opportunities:


Dupree Construction Education Fund Scholarship

The Dupree Construction Education Fund awards a scholarship up to $5,000 yearly to help with expenses for a candidate for an advanced degree in construction management with a desire for a career as faculty in an ACCE accredited construction management program. Applicants must have been accepted in an advanced degree program in construction management in an institution with an ACCE accredited undergraduate program 2019 Application       Due May 8, 2019     


Dupree Construction Education Fund/National Housing Endowment Scholarship

The Dupree Construction Education Fund in conjunction with the National Housing Endowment awards a $5,000 scholarship yearly to help with expenses for a candidate for an advanced degree in construction management with an emphasis on Residential Construction. The applicant should have experience in residential construction and a desire for a career as faculty in an ACCE accredited construction management program. Applicants must have been accepted in an advanced degree program in construction management in an institution with an ACCE accredited undergraduate program   2019 Application      due May 8, 2019                                                                                                                         


AGC Education and Research

2018 Workforce Development Scholarship

For Students in Technical and Craft Programs

The AGC Education and Research Foundation offers Workforce Development Scholarships to students enrolled in accredited technical schools or craft training programs in any discipline of commercial construction. Students in technical or approved craft training programs will have until June 1st to apply for $1,000 scholarships (renewal for up to two years) from the AGC Education and Research Foundation.  For additional criteria information visit this link.

The Education and Research Foundation is committed to taking steps to ensure students have the technical skills needed to immediately enter into the commercial construction workforce. For further questions, contact Courtney Bishop, Courtney.bishop@agc.org or 703.837.5356

Courtney D.Bishop

Associate Director AGC Education & Research Foundation

Associated General Contractors of America

2300 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 300

Arlington, VA 22201

Courtney.Bishop@agc.org

Phone: (703) 837-5356

FAX: (703) 837-5451

                      

Scholarship Guide for Women

Western Carolina University Web Site Scholarship Page     Additional Western Carolina General Construction Scholarships


NAWIC Atlanta Scholarship Foundation Application

Associate or Bachelors Scholarship

Masters or PhD Scholarship

Certificate Program Scholarship