CBC names 2020 CT Building Congress Scholarship recipients

July 17, 2020 - Connecticut
Ryan Bakken

 

Marisa Shiland

 

Kyle Meyers

 

Kyle Meyers

 

Hartford, CT The Connecticut Building Congress (CBC) Scholarship Fund has presented renewable scholarships to four of Connecticut’s graduating high school seniors. Two $3,000 scholarships and two $4,000 scholarships were awarded to these outstanding students. 

The awards are based on academic merit, extracurricular activities, career potential and financial need. Applications are accepted only from Connecticut residents who will be studying towards a two or four-year degree related to the design and construction industry. 

The 2020 Connecticut Building Congress Scholarship Fund recipients are:

Kyle Meyers:
College: Roger Williams University
Major: Architecture
High School: Lyme-Old Lyme High School
Hometown: Old Lyme

Erin LoMonaco:
College: Roger Williams University
Major: Architecture
High School: Valley Regional High School
Hometown: Chester

Ryan Bakken:
College: Clemson University
Major: Civil Engineering
High School: Waterford High School
Hometown: Waterford

Marisa Shiland:
College: Southern New Hampshire University
Major: Construction Management
High School: Henry Abbott Technical High School
Hometown: Sherman

The Connecticut Building Congress Scholarship Fund, founded in 1973, is financed through generous donations from CBC members and the annual Connecticut Building Congress Golf Outing Fundraiser. Tax-deductible donations may be made payable to The Connecticut Building Congress Scholarship Fund, Inc., PO Box 107, Rocky Hill, CT  06067. The 2020 Golf Outing is slated for Monday, September 21, at Shuttle Meadow Country Club in Kensington. 

Registrations and sponsorships will be listed at www.cbc-ct.org.

The Connecticut Building Congress creates a forum for building professionals to connect, learn, and grow.  Since 1952 CBC has been the premier organization for Connecticut’s building professionals to develop strong industry connections. 

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