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AGC of Minnesota Awards Scholarships For Our Future

AGC of Minnesota awards scholarships to outstanding students with career interests in the construction
industry who are enrolled in Minnesota post-secondary construction programs. Since 1986, 176
scholarships have been awarded, totaling over $ 203,200, to outstanding students in construction
programs throughout the State of Minnesota.

 AGC of Minnesota Scholarship
recipients from Dunwoody College of Technology

Since 2004, AGC of Minnesota has awarded annual scholarships to women and minority students
enrolled at Dunwoody College of Technology. Congratulations to the following 2015-2016 scholarship
recipients from Dunwoody College of Technology: 

Tyler Bares, Bachelor of Architecture
Adam Bushard, Architectural Drafting and Estimating
Andrew Flagg, Construction Project Management
Mitchell Formo, Architectural Drafting and Estimating
Sarah Gagnon, Construction Project Management
Aaron Hammer, Construction Project Management
Kyle Huberty, Architectural Drafting and Estimating
Kyle Katzmarek, Construction Project Management
Taylor Parker-Greene, Architectural Drafting and Estimating
Patrick Patrias, Construction Project Management
Madelyn Rodewald, Construction Project Management

$16,500 was distributed this year scholarships.

Education Scholarship-AGC of Minnesota has a proud tradition of providing scholarships for
outstanding students with a concentration of construction or construction-related courses. To
qualify you must attend a post-secondary school located in Minnesota with an academic
concentration of construction or construction-related courses. Scholarship applications are
reviewed by AGC of Minnesota’s Executive Committee each year. Typically 8-10 scholarships
are awarded, valued between $500 and $2,500. Scholarship recipients are invited to receive their scholarship checks at either our annual golf outing or sporting clays event. In many cases, the relationships formed and built at these events are more valuable than the checks themselves.
If you have any questions, please contact Merry Beckmann at or

            2015 - 2016 AGC of Minnesota Education Scholarship Recipients