Plainville, MA – The Steel Fabricators of New England (SFNE) recently announced that $1,000-scholarships have been awarded to James Hannon and
, two students who will use the funds to further their education in the trades.
Hannon is a recent graduate from W.F. Kaynor Technical School in Waterbury, Conn. He will be attending Central Connecticut State University in New Britain to study construction management. “It is an honor to be rewarded with financial assistance to help me achieve my goals with less worry about future debt,” he said.
Ellison said, “Civil engineering is my passion, and it is an honor to have the Steel Fabricators of New England support my education and professional future goals.” She added, “Civil engineering is a field that can provide a positive benefit for the public whose lives are impacted by improvements in buildings, roads, and bridges.”
Scholarship recipients must have been accepted to or be currently attending a technical school or two- or four-year degree college program or participating in a graduate degree program for civil engineering, architectural engineering, construction engineering structural engineering, welding technology or construction management programs.
The SFNE scholarship was funded by member donations. Special thanks to Capone Iron, Infra-Metals Corporation, S.L. Chasse Steel, Fraser Molloy & Associates, James A. McBrady, and Nucor Grating.