The NAHB Professional Women in Building/National Housing Endowment “Strategies for Success” Scholarship
The NAHB Professional Women in Building Strategies for Success Scholarship Fund encourages students to further their education in housing industry related programs. It was initiated in 2001 by NAHB Professional Women in Building Past National President Deborah Ferland and Austin Ferland and is supported through the generosity of Professional Women in Building members, individuals, and corporations.
Up to $2,000 can be awarded to a full-time student pursuing education in a building-related course of study, such as construction management, construction technology, civil engineering, architecture, design or any of the trade specialties at the college or university they attend. The scholarship award may be used to pay tuition, fees and/or books.
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