CMAA San Diego 2018 Scholarship Program

    Submission Deadline:

    Applications & Enclosures must be submitted electronically (online)

    to the Scholarship Committee Chair on or before

    Friday, March 9, 2018

     

    Online Application Submission:

    Questions, contact: Scholarship Program Chair Justin Maletic jmaletic@balfourbeattyus.com

     

    The Mission of CMAA is "To promote and enhance leadership, professionalism, and excellence in managing the development and construction of projects and programs."

    The Vision of CMAA is "to be the recognized authority in managing the development and construction of projects and programs".

    The Purpose of the CMAA San Diego Regional Chapter’s Scholarship Awards is to promote student involvement in the Chapter, and to reward students exhibiting genuine interest in the improvement of the construction management industry, as demonstrated in their studies and statements of short and long-term goals.

    ELIGIBILITY

    1.      Applicant must be enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program with construction specialization at a California college/university located in San Diego County or Imperial County.

    2.      Applicant must have full-time enrollment for the 2017-2018 academic year (part-time students are not eligible for awards).

    3.      Applicant must maintain a 3.0 GPA.

    REQUIREMENTS

    1.      Online applications must be submitted in electronic format via the CMAA San Diegos website.  E-mail in PDF applications will not be accepted. 

    2.      Applicant is responsible for ensuring that all items/documents listed below are included with their application using the upload feature of the online application: 

    a)      Grade Transcript or Degree Progress Report (un-official transcripts are acceptable)

    b)      Recommendation Letter(s)

    c)      Proof of current enrollment (acceptable ways to evidence proof of enrollment may be a letter from the institutions registration office, printout from a school-related website that indicates enrollment status (such as Web Portal) or other proof that demonstrates the applicants current enrollment status)

    3.      Applicant must be able to attend the CMAA San Diego Regional Chapter’s Awards Banquet and Scholarship Dinner between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. on April 18, 2018, in San Diego.

    4.      Attention and consideration will be given to participation and/or involvement in professional/student organizations such as the Student Chapter of CMAA; enrollment in the CMIT program, participation in CMAA San Diego Regional Chapter events and other extracurricular activities, reference(s); applicant’s expressed interest in construction management, GPA and past CMAA scholarship awards.

     

    AWARDS

    1.      Scholarship awards can range in value from $1,000 - $3,500 (or at the discretion of the CMAA San Diego Regional Chapter Student Scholarship Committee).

    2.      Applications will be reviewed and winners selected by the CMAA San Diego Regional Chapter Student Scholarship Committee.

    3.      Winner(s) will be notified by mail, e-mail, or phone by April 13, 2018.

    4.      Award(s) will be announced at the CMAA San Diego Chapter Scholarship and Industry Awards Banquet on April 18, 2018 in San Diego. Checks will be distributed by mail the following week for security purposes.

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      Grad Student
      Bachelor
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    You have the ultimate responsibility to ensure that the application and required enclosures (recommendation letter(s), proof of enrollment and transcripts) are submitted through the CMAA San Diegos online application website on or before March 9, 2018, and received by the San Diego Chapter Scholarship Program Chair.

    CMAA scholarship awards will be made without discrimination for or against, or harassment, of any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, physical or mental disability, medical condition (cancer-related or genetic characteristics), ancestry, marital status, age, sexual orientation, or citizenship.

      Certified Grade Transcripts or Degree Progress Report (Un-official Transcripts are acceptable)
      Recommendation Letter 1 (Faculty):
      Recommendation Letter 2 (Industry):
      Proof of Current Enrollment: Tuition receipt or current registration card, A PDF copy of your tuition receipt or current registration card. Acceptable ways to evidence proof of enrollment may be a letter from the institution’s registration office, printout from a school-related website that indicates enrollment status (such as Web Portal) or other proof that demonstrates the applicant’s current enrollment status.
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