NEBRASKA CONCRETE & AGGREGATES ASSOCIATION
(NC&AA) is dedicated to advancing education, technical practice, scientific investigation and research into cast-in-place concrete materials and construction practices by organizing the efforts of its members as a nonprofit service organization. The organization is committed to keeping its members on the leading edge of technology as it relates to their respective disciplines via continuing education programs, networking opportunities and research.
As NC&AA has grown as an organization, so has its commitment to encouraging students to pursue careers in concrete related fields and to enhance the level of professionalism and industry engagement of those students.
A scholarship ranging in value from $1,000 to $4,000 may be awarded on an annual basis to Concrete Industry Management students. Half of the amount
will be distributed to the student and the university at the beginning of each semester. NC&AA reserves the right to adjust the number and value of its scholarships. In addition to the cash scholarship prize, the recipient will receive a complimentary one-year NC&AA student membership and complimentary registrations for all NC&AA continuing education opportunities for one year after the date of the scholarship(s) award.
SUBMISSION PROCESS AND TIMELINE
Applications may be downloaded from the NC&AA website (www.nebrconcagg.com) or by e-mailing NC&AA (see below for e-mail address).
Completed applications, including essay, letter(s) of recommendation, and transcripts, must be received by NC&AA no later than April 15.
Applications will be reviewed & awarded by the NC&AA scholarship committee, then notified by July 15.
The NC&AA scholarship(s) will be awarded at our annual NC&AA golf outing in York Nebraska the 1st Monday of August.
Applicants will be evaluated on:
Involvement in concrete related activities
Involvement in professional student organizations
Involvement in extra-curricular activities
Work experience – both concrete and non-concrete
related (such as internships and research in concrete
Written essay (100 words or less)
Letter of recommendation
Student must enroll full-time in the Concrete Industry Management program at South Dakota State University.
Student must have a strong interest in concrete materials and/or concrete frame construction.
The NC&AA Scholarship Committee will review applications from qualified students and rank the students based on their proven interest in advancing design and construction that incorporates cast-in- place concrete construction.
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