AGC Houston Patrick J. Kiley Scholarship Program Now Accepting Applications
AGC Houston is pleased to announce that applications for the Patrick J. Kiley Excellence In Leadership Scholarship are now being accepted through January 31, 2020.
Our scholarship application is managed by The Greater Houston Community Foundation. Applicants will need to create an account, identify the scholarship and complete the online application.
- Applicant must pursue a degree relating to a career in construction.
- Applicant must be an employee or dependent of an employee of an AGC Houston member firm or an AGC Student Chapter member.
- Applicant must be enrolled in a college, university or accredited training program during fall semester 2020.
- Current high school seniors and college students are eligible to apply.
- All applicants selected as finalists will be interviewed by the AGC Houston Scholarship Committee in March, 2020.
In it's 24th year, the AGC Houston scholarship program has awarded over 185 scholarships totalling $536, 500. Thanks to the AGC Houston Patrick J. Kiley Scholarship, a record 12 Houston area college-bound and university students received scholarships to pursue degrees in a construction-related discipline in 2019.
If you are interested in donating the Patrick J. Kiley/Houston AGC scholarship fund, please visit https://ghcf.org/donate-now/
Do You Have Any Questions?
For additional information, please contact Charlene Anthony at (713) 843-3730.
AGC of America Education and Research Foundation Scholarship
The AGC Education and Research Foundation, founded in 1968, has for more than 40 years made good on its commitment to support the future of our industry through its robust scholarship program and innovative projects.
Through endowments made by AGC members and supporters, as well as AGC Chapters, the Foundation is able to give 100 or more undergraduate and graduate scholarships each year to deserving students. Since 1970, we have awarded over 3,000 scholarships totaling over $8 million. Scholarship candidates are evaluated for their academic success, their commitment to the industry through participation in campus professional organizations, summer or part-time work in the construction industry, and their goals for the future.
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