American Society of Professional Estimators Scholarship


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Posted Online: Nov. 16, 2012, 11:35 am
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Press release submitted by Tri-City Electric Co.


Quad Cities Chapter 71 of the American Society of Professional Estimators is offering three $750.00 scholarships to college students enrolled in a construction-related curriculum with an interest in construction estimating.

To qualify, applicants must be a full-time junior or senior in a construction curriculum which includes at least one course in construction estimating. The applicant also must demonstrate good academic standing in the construction curriculum.

Financial information, employment experience and extracurricular activities will be used to determine the scholarship recipients.

For an application, contact Mike Huskey, scholarship chairman, (563) 823-1614, applications can be emailed to mhuskey@tricityelectric.com. The application is also available on our website www.aspequadcities.com or write American Society of Professional Estimators, Quad Cities Chapter 71, ATTN: Scholarship Chairman, P.O. Box 4773, Davenport Iowa 52808.

Applications must be post-marked by January 1, 2013.

















 




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