Scholarships

All students are encouraged to apply!

GENERAL CMT SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS MUST 
BE TURNED IN TO THE CMT OFFICE BY FEB. 3, 2014
 
Please see the Andrea Stuart, department secretary, for questions.
Scholarship applicants must submit the following:  
  1. Scholarship Application (Microsoft Word Version) (PDF Version). 
  2. The required CMT GPA calculator can be found here
  3. Note the following scholarships descriptions & application requirements:

 

CMT SCHOLARSHIPS

 

ACI Intermountain:

The ACI Intermountain Chapter awards $1,000 scholarships annually to students pursuing a career in Engineering, Architecture or Construction Management. 

Company information can be found at http://www.concrete.org/general/home.asp  
 
 

American Society of Professional Estimators (ASPE) -

The Great Salt Lake Chapter 51 
 

The Recipients will receive $500 from the Great Salt Lake Chapter 51. The scholarships will be awarded to the applicant demonstrating the best performance and need. 
Applicants must have a declared major in Construction Management Technology.  The scholarship recipients will be chosen by the CMT program faculty based on demonstrated financial need and academic standing. Special consideration will be given to AMES Construction employees and their relatives.
  
 

Applicants must write an essay of 500-700 words describing their financial need, industry involvement, goals and ambitions in regard to pursuing a career in the construction industry. A full load is not required, but recipient must be taking a minimum of 6 hours in CMT program required courses. A minimum GPA of 3.0 in CMT program core classes is required.

 

Company information can be found at http://www.aspe51.org/ .
 

Cache Valley Electric

Applicants must have a declared major in Construction Management Technology.  The scholarship recipients will be chosen by the CMT program faculty based on demonstrated financial need and academic standing. Special consideration will be given to Cache Valley Electric employees and their relatives.

Applicants must write an essay of 500-700 words describing their financial need, industry involvement, goals and ambitions in regard to pursuing a career in the construction industry. A full load is not required, but recipient must be taking a minimum of 6 hours in CMT program required courses. A minimum GPA of 3.0 in CMT program core classes is required.
 

Company information can be found at http://www.cve.com/

 

Construction Management Technology

Applicants must have sophomore status or higher status, be a declared major in Construction Management Technology and have attended Weber State for at least 1 semester. The scholarship recipients will be chosen by the CMT program faculty based on demonstrated financial need and academic standing. Special consideration will be given to those students involved in CMT student club organizations, or local construction affiliations.
 
Applicants must write an essay of 500-700 words describing their financial need, industry involvement, goals and ambitions in regard to pursuing a career in the construction industry. A full load is not required, but recipient must be taking a minimum of 6 hours in CMT program required courses. A minimum GPA of 3.0 in CMT program core classes is required. 
 
 
Program information can be found at https://www.weber.edu/cmt

 

Jack D. Lynch Memorial Endowment: Mechanical Contractors Association (UMCA) 

Applicants must have a declared major in Construction Management Technology. The award is in the amount of $1,600. The scholarship recipients will be chosen by the CMT program faculty based on demonstrated financial need and academic standing. Special consideration will be given students who have substantial barriers like work, family, and/or financial need (more than most students); have been involved in UMCA activities and/or served as an officer; or are involved in extracurricular activities or memberships outside the realm of the UMCA-WSU Student Chapter.  

Applicants must write an essay of 500-700 words describing their financial need, industry involvement, goals and ambitions in regards to pursuing a career in the construction industry. Recipients are required to carry at least 12 credit hours for both fall and spring semesters and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 3.0. 

Program information can be found at http://www.umca.com/

 
James E. Kier Memorial Endowment
 
Applicants must have a declared major in Construction Management Technology. The scholarship recipients will be chosen by the CMT program faculty based on demonstrated financial need and academic standing.

Applicants must write an essay of 500-700 words describing their financial need, industry involvement, goals and ambitions in regard to pursuing a career in the construction industry. A full load is not required, but recipient must be taking a minimum of 6 hours in CMT program required courses. A minimum GPA of 3.0 in CMT program core classes is required.

 

Company information can be found at http://www.kierconstructioncorp.com/kcc/

 

JB Parson

The Parson award scholarships will be awarded by the CMT program faculty with preference given to outstanding students with work experience and/or expressed intention to enter the following segments of the construction industry: highway construction, earthwork, asphalt paving, ready mix concrete manufacture, or sand & gravel manufacture.
 

Applicants must write an essay of 500-700 words describing their financial need, industry involvement, goals and ambitions in regard to pursuing a career in the construction industry. A full load is not required, but recipient must be taking a minimum of 6 hours in CMT program required courses. A minimum GPA of 3.0 in CMT program core classes is required. The applicant will be eligible for a continuation of the scholarship if they maintain a 3.5 GPA.

Company information can be found at www.stakerparson.com/.

 

 Parson Family

Applicants must have a declared major in Construction Management Technology with a particular interest in concrete technology or heavy construction. The scholarship recipients will be chosen by the CMT program faculty based on demonstrated financial need and academic standing. Special consideration will be given to those students involved in CMT student club organizations, or local construction affiliations.
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Applicants must write an essay of 500-700 words describing their financial need, industry involvement, goals and ambitions in regard to pursuing a career in the construction industry. A full load is not required, but recipient must be taking a minimum of 6 hours in CMT program required courses. A minimum GPA of 3.0 in CMT program core classes is required. The applicant will be eligible for a continuation of the scholarship if they maintain a 3.5 GPA.
 

Company information can be found at http://www.stakerparson.com/

 

SOS Staffing/Skill Staff Scholarship Award

Applicants must have a declared major in Construction Management Technology. The scholarship recipients will be chosen by the CMT program faculty based on demonstrated financial need and academic standing.

Applicants must write an essay of 500-700 words describing their financial need, industry involvement, goals and ambitions in regard to pursuing a career in the construction industry. A full class load and a minimum GPA of 3.0 in CMT program core classes are required.
Company information can be found at http://www.sosstaffing.com/

Wadman Corporation

Applicants must have a declared major in Construction Management Technology.  The scholarship recipients will be chosen by the CMT program faculty based on demonstrated financial need and academic standing. Special consideration will be given to Wadman Corporation employees and their relatives.

Applicants must write an essay of 500-700 words describing their financial need, industry involvement, goals and ambitions in regard to pursuing a career in the construction industry. A full load is not required, but recipient must be taking a minimum of 6 hours in CMT program required courses. A minimum GPA of 3.0 in CMT program core classes is required.
 

Company information can be found at http://www.wadman.com/

 

Thank you to very generous donations that provide the Parson CMT Program multiple scholarship opportunities available to students.

 


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