CHANTILLY, Va. - The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA) announced that its College of Fellows is now accepting scholarship applications for the 2009-10 academic year.
College of Fellows scholarships are available to undergraduate
students from SMACNA’s extended family, which includes SMACNA contractors,
employees of SMACNA contractors, SMACNA Fellows, employees of SMACNA Chapters,
employees of national SMACNA, national SMACNA Associate Members, and members of
the families of all of these groups.
The College of Fellows offers four, four-year scholarships at
$3,000 per year. In addition, the College administers one SMACNA scholarship of
four years at $2,000 per year; plus the College administers five endowed
scholarships, also for four years, at $3,000 per year. The endowments consist
of two sponsored by the J.B. Rodgers Foundation, one sponsored by the Bay Area
SMACNA Chapter in memory of Richard DeBrine, one sponsored by Georgia-SMACNA in
memory of Robert Harris, and one sponsored by the Chicagoland Sheet Metal
Contractors Association in memory of Marty and Victor Comforte. These
scholarships are typically available once every four years. The College also
administers a one-year scholarship of $3,000, sponsored by the Sheet Metal
Contractors Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity.
Endowment scholarships available for the 2009-10 academic year
are the J.B. Rodgers scholarship, the Georgia-SMACNA scholarship, and the
one-year Philadelphia scholarship.
For additional scholarship information, contact either Bob Roach
at 703-803-2980 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or
Beth Coyner at 703-995-4026 or email@example.com.
Additional information is also available online along with an interactive
application at www.smacna.org/scholarship/. The Website application form may be
completed and submitted online. Applications must be submitted and postmarked
no later than March 31, 2009.
Publication date: 12/22/2008
Jan. 1, 2009: SMACNA College of Fellows Now Accepting Scholarship Applications
January 1, 2009