PWC-CT Scholarships

The PWC Connecticut Chapter is dedicated to advancing the fields of architecture, construction and engineering as a viable career choice for young adults. We offer annual scholarships to young women and men who are pursuing college degrees in these fields of study.

The 2017 PWC-CT Scholarship Application:
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Congratulations to the
2016 PWC-CT Scholarship Winners!

Please send questions to:

Roxanne Perugino
PWC-CT Scholarship Chair
PO Box 230411, Hartford, CT 06123-0411
tel: 860-748-5198

Photos of the 2016 recipients
Photos of the 2015 recipients
Photos of the 2013 recipients
Photos of the 2010 recipients
Photos of the 2009 recipients

The Connecticut ACE Mentor Scholarship:
The PWC Connecticut Chapter also makes an annual donation to the Scholarship Fund of the ACE Mentor Program of Connecticut. The ACE Mentor Program was founded to introduce high school students to career opportunities in the Architecture/Construction/Engineering industry.

ACE Mentor Program Board of Directors thanks PWC-CT:

"On behalf of the officers and Board of Directors for the ACE Mentor Program of Connecticut, I want to thank you for your generous contribution.

Over 200 students have completed the ACE program in Connecticut. Your contribution will make it possible for us to continue supporting those students interested in the A/E/C fields through mentorship and scholarships. Over the past few years these numbers have grown dramatically; it is now that we need and rely on the support of organizations such as yours.

We are proud and pleased to have had the opportunity to introduce our students, many of whom are inner-city kids, to the professions of architecture, construction and engineering. Our students have gained "working world" experience and have learned about paths of education which will lead them to their goals. More importantly, they have been shown that these goals are achievable. This is due in large part to you, our sponsors. Your contributions have made all the difference for some of our students who may not have otherwise pursued a college education.

Thank you once again for investing in the future of our ACE graduates."

Maria Loitz, CPSM
ACE Mentor Program of Connecticut

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