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Association of Women Contractors Scholarship

$2,000

April 30, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • AWC awards numerous scholarships to females entering construction-related careers through the academic track or through an apprenticeship. Both options require residence in Minnesota. Applicants must be a female student; a current resident of MN or attending post-high school education in Minnesota, studying construction industry, including but not limited to: architecture, engineering, construction management, project management, and construction trade programs. Students can be entering or currently working as a construction trade apprentice. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Grace Dahlquist
  • 1337 St. Clair Ave
  • Suite 4
  • Saint Paul, MN 55105
  • grace@awcmn.org
  • 651-208-2327

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