Education & Training

Scholarships

The AGC CEF is committed to providing scholarship support to hard-working students who are pursuing an education and career in construction. Our scholarship programs are open to students enrolled in either a certified training, pre-apprenticeship or apprenticeship program as well as those attending a 2 or 4-year degree program at a college or university. Please contact Haley Fernandez for eligibility and official scholarship forms.

The College Scholarship will award individual scholarships ranging from $500 - $5,000. This application is a great opportunity for college students who are pursuing construction or construction-related careers and enrolled in a two or four-year degree program.

Winners:

  • Nic Cooper, CSU Sacramento, ehsInc. Scholarship Recipient, $2,500
  • Alejandro Murillo, CSU Long Beach, ehsInc. Scholarship Recipient, $2,500
  • Bruce Wallace, San Jose State University, $1,500
  • Kevin Barry, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, $1,500
  • Mitchell Trieloff, CSU Chico, $1,500
  • Robert Geiser, CSU Chico, $1,500
  • Jacinto Moreno, CSU Fresno, $1,500
  • Pablo Cabrera-Arreola, CSU Fresno, $1,500
  • Morghan Heim, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, $1,000
  • Hector Arias, UC Berkeley, $1,000
  • Eshan Mohottige Don, UC Berkeley, $1,000
  • Evan Martinez, San Jose State University, $750
  • Peter Hertel, CSU Chico, $500
  • Erik Olson, CSU Chico, $500
  • Daniel Radermarcher, University of Wisconsin, Madison, $500
  • Patrick Enrich, Cal Poly Pomona, $500
  • Alex Kung, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, $500

The Craft & Technical School scholarship was released last month and is available for individuals who are pursuing a technical training or craft training program in any discipline of construction to apply. The scholarship will award individual scholarships ranging from $500 - $5,000.

Winners:

  • Carlos Carrasco, Consumnes River College, $1,000
  • Lucas Partida, Ventura College, $750
  • Sopheack Ang, Northern CA Construction Training Program, $750
  • Davy Kim, Northern CA Construction Training Program, $500
  • Michael Capponi, Northern CA Construction Training Program, $500
  • Michael Hennessy, Northern CA Construction Training Program, $250

The FemPower Construction Scholarship will award individual scholarships ranging from $500-$1,000 thanks to a grant provided by the Teichert Foundation. Each scholarship recipient will receive special scholarship funds, participate in a training seminar at AGC Annual Conference and be paired with a female construction manager/executive who will provide them with on-going mentorship.

Winners:

  • Morghan Heim, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, $2,000
  • Katie Krehbiel, CSU Chico, $1,000
  • Linda Tran, CSU Sacramento, $1,000

The California Landscape Irrigation Council (CLIC) Inc. Scholarship will award a $1,000 scholarship to a student that portrays academic excellence working towards a degree in the following fields of interest: landscape construction, contracting, engineering, construction management, business administration and/or related fields. The scholarship is also open to members of union trades specific to landscape careers.

Winners:

  • Jacqueline Ford, Mount San Antonio Community College, $1,000

The AGC President’s Scholarship Essay Competition was established by the AGC Construction Education Foundation. The scholarship award recognizes a student essay on a specific topic that is deemed to be beneficial to the advancement of technological, educational, or vocational expertise in the construction industry.

Winners:

  • Nic Cooper, CSU Sacramento, $5,000

AGC of California is made up of 12 local districts throughout California; each managed by an AGC Staff Regional Member Services Manager. Many of our Districts work closely with their local high schools, AGC Student Chapters and other organizations that promote construction education. The AGC CEF works with the districts to award district match scholarships.

Please contact your local district for more information.

AGC Districts