On behalf of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) – Mohawk-Hudson Section, we would like to offer your graduating seniors a scholarship opportunity. Each year the Mohawk-Hudson Section offers a scholarship to a graduating senior seeking to continue their education with the goal and desire to become a practicing civil engineer. This year we are offering a 4-year, $1,000 per year scholarship!
We invite you to share this invitation with graduating seniors who intend to enroll in an educational institution majoring in an ABET accredited curriculum leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree in field of Civil Engineering. We highly encourage you to submit more than one application from your school.
One winner will be selected from all the qualifying applications received. Judging for the award will be conducted by our section's scholarship committee. The scholarship will be presented to the selected winner at the section's annual dinner meeting to be held in early to mid-May in the greater Albany, New York area.
Attached to this letter is an application with response instructions. Please copy this and make available to interested graduating seniors. Students can also visit our section’s website at http://www.ascemohawkhudson.org/ to download a copy of the application and instructions. Applications with essay and GPA transcript are due Friday April 18, 2014. Applications should be submitted to:
Barry A. Anctil, P.E.
2014 ASCE Mohawk-Hudson Scholarship Committee
40 British American Blvd.
Latham, New York 12110
Barry A. Anctil, P.E.
Vice President ASCE Mohawk-Hudson Section
ASCE World Headquarters
1801 Alexander Bell Drive
Reston, Virginia 20191
(800) 548-2723 toll free
(703) 295-6300 international
(703) 295-6141 GSD Fax
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The Mohawk-Hudson Section of The American Society of Civil Engineers was established in 1938. In 1976 the Mid-Hudson Branch was established. The Section serves ASCE members and their communities within twenty three New York State Counties.
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