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National Diversity Scholarship
As part of our commitment to diversity and inclusion, we are proud to introduce our new National Diversity Scholarship.
National Diversity Scholarship
Building a diverse and inclusive workforce means more than simply recruiting top talent -- it means mentoring a new generation of builders while fostering a culture of innovation and creative thinking. We believe in growing as a team and providing opportunities to set the foundation for a career in construction. Geared toward construction and engineering students, JE Dunn’s new National Diversity Scholarship supports our 3-pillar strategy for diversity and inclusion: workforce, workplace, and marketplace.
What is it?
The National Diversity Scholarship is a $5,000 scholarship paid over the course of two years. It is awarded to 8 people nationally each year.
Who is eligible?
To qualify for the National Diversity Scholarship, applicants must meet the following criteria: rising sophomore; person of color; enrolled in a construction or engineering program, hold a 3.0 GPA.
How do I apply?
JE Dunn is accepting applications for the National Diversity Scholarship between August 24-October 9.
When will I hear if I was selected?
We’ll keep you informed along the way. All applicants can expect to receive a confirmation of their application upon completion. Selected applicants will be invited to participate in interviews beginning in late October. The selection committee intends to notify award recipients in late November and awards will be received beginning the following academic year.
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"My favorite experience from my career thus far at JE Dunn was working on a 50-patient bed rehabilitation hospital in Oklahoma City. It had a tight budget and schedule, and we worked daily to mitigate issues we encountered. Although the project was tough, the amount of support our team received and the true sense of passion and hard work of each person made it an exceptional experience." – Lynnsee Boyse