Scholarship Application

Nebraska Concrete & Aggregates Association

NC&AA is a non-profit service organization dedicated to advancing the education of concrete materials and construction practices. Our organization is committed to informing members of the leading-edge technology related to their respective disciplines via continuing education programs and networking opportunities.
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.

SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

NC&AA scholarships range in value from $1,000 to $4,000 and are awarded annually. Half 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 scholarship(s) award date.

SUBMISSION PROCESS AND TIMELINE

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Completed applications, including essays, letter(s) of recommendation, and transcripts, must be received by April 15.

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Applications will be reviewed & awarded by the NC&AA Scholarship Committee. Awarded individuals will be notified by July 15.

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The NC&AA scholarship(s) will be awarded at our Annual NC&AA Golf Outing in York, Nebraska, on the 1st Monday of August.

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If you wish to apply via a paper application, please contact our office or email info@nebrconcagg.com

EVALUATION

Applicants will be evaluated on:

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Involvement in concrete related activities

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Involvement in professional student organizations

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Involvement in extra-curricular activities

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Work experience – both concrete and non-concrete
related (such as internships and research in concrete
related fields)

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Written essay (100 words or less)

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Letter of recommendation

SCHOLARSHIP CRITERIA

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Students must be residents of Nebraska and enrolled full-time in a college within the State of Nebraska or majoring in a Concrete Industry Management program from other colleges in the Midwest.

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Applicants’ majors must be related to concrete materials or concrete construction. NC&AA Scholarships support both Associate and Bachelor degrees. 

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The NC&AA Scholarship Committee will review applications from qualified students and rank them based on their proven interest in advancing design and construction incorporating cast-in-place concrete.

Scholarship Application

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