Durham, NH – On April 22, the ACE Mentor Program of New Hampshire along with ACE National held a Zoom meeting to surprise Oyster River Student, Caleb Chinburg with an Allen D. Berg CMiC Memorial Scholarship.
Caleb received a $20,000 scholarship over four years toward his post-secondary education and training in civil engineering.
The scholarship competition was highly competitive. From among 10,000 students nationwide, each of ACE’s over 70 affiliates could nominate two students. Nominees went through a two-stage review process assessing their merit and financial need.
Caleb has officially committed to UNH CEPS for civil engineering and plans to do the accelerated master’s program in structural engineering.
CMiC, a long-time national ACE sponsor and the family of the company’s late founder Allen Berg, underwrite the scholarship program honoring Berg’s legacy of support for education, mentoring, career counseling in the design and construction industry. The CMiC – Allen Berg Memorial Scholarships are multi-year awards aimed at talented, deserving ACE high school seniors intending to pursue post-secondary education and training leading to careers in architecture, engineering, construction or the skilled crafts.
The ACE Mentor Program is a national not-for-profit 501(c)3 and free after school program with a mission to engage, excite, and enlighten high school students to pursue careers in Architecture, Construction, and Engineering (ACE) through mentoring and to support their continued advancement in the Industry.
The ACE Mentor Board of New Hampshire is currently seeking sponsors, scholarships, and mentors in order to branch out and make additional school programs a reality around the state of New Hampshire. Visit www.acementor.org for more info.