NAWIC Announces 2018 Construction Scholarship Recipients
The National Association of Women In Construction (NAWIC; www.nawicomaha.com) is proud to recognize the recipients of its 2018 scholarships. These scholarships are to encourage and assist men and women entering the construction industry by pursuing a college degree or through a registered trade apprenticeship.
The 2018 NAWIC scholarship recipients are: Lexi Weisbeck, Construction Management student at South Dakota State University; Kelsey Stithem, Architectural Engineering student at University of Nebraska – Kearney; Samuel Hirsch, Construction Management student at University of Nebraska – Omaha; Brook Boehmer, Construction Management student at University of Nebraska – Omaha; Payton Betzold, Architecture student at University of Nebraska – Omaha; Kolton Smith, Plumbing apprentice at Plumber’s Local 16; Jonathan Gale, Plumbing apprentice at Plumber’s Local 16.
Recipients will receive their award and be recognized at NAWIC’s annual golf outing, to be held at Indian Creek Golf Course on August 21. Partial proceeds from the golf outing, held jointly with CFMA, support industry education programs and scholarships with both organizations. NAWIC would also like to recognize Patty Vitale with Eyman Plumbing Heating and Air, the organization’s incoming Scholarship Committee Chair.
NAWIC is an international organization of women working in and around the construction industry. Its core purpose is to enhance the success of women in the industry through education, networking, and leadership opportunities. For more information, visit www.nawicomaha.com or contact Karli Meisinger at (402) 403-8851 / firstname.lastname@example.org.