Building the Future of Precast

NPCA Foundation Scholarships
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What We Do

For more than two decades, the National Precast Concrete Association Foundation has provided educational scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in civil engineering, architectural and construction-related curricula. Our Foundation’s mission is to support the growth and enhance the development of the precast concrete industry by providing opportunities using educational initiatives and incentives. Download the Foundation’s scholarship poster to learn more or to spread the word about the program.
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Other Scholarship Winners

Nicole Behnke

Iowa State University
Civil Engineering

“The NPCA Foundation has been integral in making my continuing education possible.”

Michael Hess

University of Wisconsin-Madison
Civil Engineering

“I’ve been able to save my money and pay for most of college, but most of that money has run out. It’s nice to have a little extra boost to keep me going.”

Irene Kurtz

University of Notre Dame
Chemical Engineering

“The scholarship has helped so much with books, and now I’m staying at Notre Dame over the summer for research. That’s only possible because of the funding from the scholarship.”

Upcoming Events

  • ASCE Concrete Canoe National Competition (Sponsor) - Golden, Colo.
    - June 17-19, 2017

Contact Information

Prior to contacting us, please note the award is monetary only and international applicants must have all other logistics such as a visa in place prior to applying. In addition, all internships must be completed with NPCA members.

Marti Harrell

Executive Director of NPCA Foundation mharrell@precast.org 800.366.7731 NPCA Foundation 1320 City Center Drive Suite 200 Carmel, IN 46032

Want to learn even more? Check out the special College Issue of Precast Solutions magazine, featuring unique applications of concrete, the importance of securing an internship and the steps you can take to ensure that you receive a job offer upon graduation.