CFMA NJ 2016/2017 Scholarship- Contact Patricia Hering for Application:
Construction Financial Management Association of New Jersey is administering a
scholarship program to assist immediate family members of CFMA NJ members, who
plan to or are currently pursuing post-secondary education in college and
vocational programs. Scholarships will
be offered for full-time study at any accredited post-secondary institution of
the student’s choice.
Applicants to the Construction Financial
Management Association of New Jersey Scholarship Program must meet all of the
· The child of a CFMA NJ
member in good standing. The child may
be natural, legally adopted, or a stepchild.
· High school seniors who
plan to enroll or students currently enrolled in a full-time undergraduate
course of study at an accredited two- or four-year college, university or
· Only one application
per CFMA NJ membership will be accepted.
Two scholarships will be considered each year
in the amount of $1,500.00. Payment will be made in August and the check will
be mailed to the bursar of the school where the scholarship recipient will be
or is currently attending.
Each applicant must complete the attached
application and mail it along with a current complete transcript of school
grades from either the post-secondary school currently attending or from high
school, along with a post-secondary school acceptance letter if received, to
the address listed below, postmarked no later than June 15, 2016. Applications may be reproduced as needed.
Questions regarding the scholarship program
and/or completed applications, should be addressed to:
Kuhl Telephone: 609-520-1188
PC Fax: 609-520-9882
Vaughn Dr. E-mail: email@example.com
2015-2016 CFMA New Jersey Scholarship Recipients:
The New Jersey Chapter of the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) awarded three $1500.00 college tuition scholarships to Ashley T. Schomp, Eric L. Woods and Ryan W. Patti.
Ashley T. Schomp is a graduate of Kearny High School and pursuing an undergraduate degree in Graphic Design at Saint Peters University. Ashley is the daughter of Vania Schomp of Alpine Painting and Sandblasting Contractors.
Eric L. Woods is a graduate of Morris Catholic High School and pursuing an undergraduate degree in Mathematical Economics at Wake Forest University. Eric is the son of Andrew Wood of J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Inc.
Ryan W. Patti is a graduate of Pascask Valley High School and pursuing an undergraduate degree in Journalism at Seton Hall University. Ryan is the son of Joseph Patti of Welsbach Electric Corporation.
The CFMA is the “voice of construction financial management” in the industry and the only non-profit organization dedicated to serving the construction financial professional.
The annual scholarship program is offered to assist immediate family members of CFMA-NJ members.
To find out more about the CFMA, please visit www.cfma.org.