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National Association of Women In Construction

Region 14
Greater Rochester, New York Chapter #314
www.nawicrochester.org

SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION 2015


APPLICANT: Please complete all sections of this application. Type or print using black ink. If a
question does not apply, enter N/A. Appearance will be considered during evaluations. All
sections must be completed or the application will be considered invalid.
RETURN YOUR APPLICATION TO: Pat Hynes
Hynes Concrete Contractor, Inc.
P O Box 607
Macedon, NY 14502
Or e-mail to:
hccipat@rochester.rr.com

APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN APRIL 15, 2015


COMPLETION RULES AND REGULATIONS
ELIGIBILITY:
1. Applicant must be a graduating female high school student entering college or a current
college student continuing her education at an accredited college in the U.S. The scholarship is
being offered to those only pursuing a degree in construction; construction management,
architecture, civil, mechanical, and structural or electrical engineering etc.
2. Applicant must wish to pursue a career in construction; construction management,
Architecture, civil, mechanical, and structural or electrical engineering etc.
3. Student must enroll as a full-time student to receive award.
REQUIREMENTS:
1.

Applicant is responsible for ensuring all items below are submitted to the NAWIC Scholarship
Committee and received no later than April 15,2015
a. Completed, signed application
b. Two written recommendations:
-One submitted from a teacher
-One submitted as a personal recommendation
c. Official transcript of grades
d. An essay
INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

CORE PURPOSE:
TO ENHANCE THE SUCCESS OF WOMEN IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

National Association of Women In Construction


Greater Rochester, New York
Region #14 Chapter #314

AWARDS

1. Scholarships are not renewable


2.

Applications will be reviewed, and the Scholarship Committee of the Greater Rochester, NY
Chapter 314 of NAWIC will select the winners. The committee will consider the applicants
interest in construction, grades, extra-curricular activities, employment experience, and written
recommendations.

3.

Applicants may be required to attend a personal interview with the Scholarship Committee. All
properly completed applications will be acknowledged.
PERSONAL INFORMATION

A. NAME_____________________________________________________________________
B. ADDRESS_________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
C. TELEPHONE NO.____________________________________________________________
D. CELL NO.___________________________________________________________________
E. E-MAIL ADDRESS____________________________________________________________
F. PARENT/LEGAL GUARDIAN___________________________________________________
ADDRESS, IF DIFFERENTTHAN ABOVE__________________________________________

CORE PUROPOSE:
TO ENHANCE THE SUCCESS OF WOMEN IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
CORE VALVUES:
BELIEVE. PERSEVERS. DARE

National Association of Women In Construction


Greater Rochester, New York
Region #14 Chapter #314

SCHOLASTIC INFORMATION
A. Attach transcript from current high school/college.
Anticipated graduation date_________________
B. List below those colleges to which you have applied to and/or will be attending.

Have you been accepted?__________________________


C, In what program do you expect to receive your college degree?
____________________________________________________________________________
THE ESSAY
Applications must be accompanied by an essay outlining all past accomplishments, achievements
and awards. Applicants should describe their aspirations, and why they feel they qualify to receive
financial assistance. The essay should not be more than one page.

CORE PUROPOSE:
TO ENHANCE THE SUCCESS OF WOMEN IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
CORE VALVUES:
BELIEVE. PERSEVERS. DARE