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NPCA Foundation Scholarship Application Period is Open

For more than two decades, the NPCA 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.

The NPCA Foundation is sponsoring scholarships for deserving students pursuing careers related to the precast concrete industry. Precast concrete-related careers include professional positions in manufacturing facilities, architectural firms, the specifying community, engineering firms and the general construction industry.

To ensure your application will be reviewed by the NPCA Foundation Board of Directors, complete this form in its entirety and return it to the Foundation postmarked by March 11, 2022.

Donations Being Accepted for the NPCA Foundation and PCI Foundation 2022 Silent Auction

The NPCA Foundation and PCI Foundation Silent Auction will be held in conjunction with The Precast Show 2022 in Kansas City, Mo. The silent auction is a great way to connect with new markets while benefiting the industry.

Both Producer and Associate members can make donations. Donations are due to NPCA by Feb. 4, 2022.

All proceeds benefit the NPCA Foundation and the PCI Foundation programs. Donors are encouraged to check with
a tax professional to learn if a donation is tax deductible.

Click to download the Associate Donation Form.

Click to download the Producer Donation Form.

NPCA Foundation Awards Grant to McNeese State University for Learning Lab

The National Precast Concrete Association (NPCA) Foundation recently awarded a grant worth $47,652 to McNeese State University to help fund and support a precast concrete learning lab for its students.

The learning lab allows students to develop first-hand experience with civil engineering projects involving precast concrete.

The development of the learning lab at McNeese State marks the fifth university to receive an NPCA Foundation grant to support such a project. NPCA Foundation also works alongside the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Cal State University-Chico, Kansas State University and Idaho State University to advance opportunities for students who one day may join the precast concrete industry.

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