Civil/Construction Scholarships

Gus Anselmi Civil/Construction Engineering Technology Scholarships

Named after Gus Anselmi, a Trustee of CIAP, CIAP awards seventeen (17) $1,500 scholarships for students in Civil/Construction Engineering Technology at the associate degree level. Eligible students are nominated by their respective colleges. One or more scholarships may be awarded annually at each school; however, each award is approved by CIAP on a case-by-case basis. Awards are generally made to construction technology students with an interest in a construction career, entering the second year of a two-year Associate Degree program. To incentivize new enrollments, some colleges are offering scholarships to first-year students who select construction related courses of instruction.

Franklyn Grosso Scholarship

Commencing in 2000, the CIAP Education Committee makes up to ten additional awards of tuition scholarships of $1,500, named for Franklyn Grosso, a founding trustee of CIAP, to qualified students not selected for the Edward O. Davis Scholarship, but interned with New Jersey construction contractors for a minimum of twelve weeks. All prospective juniors and seniors with interest in careers in the construction industry are eligible for these scholarships which are in addition to any salary paid by employers. Recipients are selected largely on a "fully qualified" basis to foster careers in the construction industry and a high percentage of applicants receive scholarships.

The Audrey F. & Edward O. Davis Memorial

The A.F. & E. O. Davis Memorial Student Summer Employment Scholarship Program was introduced in 1985. This program provides scholarships and summer employment opportunities with a construction contractor. A tuition stipend is awarded to civil engineering or construction engineering technology students commencing their senior or junior year in a baccalaureate program. The scholarship, named in honor of a founding Trustees of CIAP of NJ, provides for nine awards of $3,500 each and an overall award winner in the amount of $5,000.

The Construction Technology Tuition Assistance Program

Students involved in Civil/Construction Engineering are eligible to receive tuition assistance for construction technology and continuing education courses at participating colleges. Students must be employees of contributing firms and meet registration and prerequisite requirements at individual schools.