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Scholarship


CFMA Student Scholarship 

OBJECTIVE

The objective of the CFMA Student Scholarship is to enable full-time students interested in finance, accounting or construction management to pursue their education in the subject.

 

REQUIREMENTS

The scholarship has multiple requirements. All competitive applicants are expected to meet all of the below stated requirements:

  1. Enroll in an Oregon/SW Washington College or University as a student pursuing a Bachelors degree or advanced degree program as a full time student.
  2. Enroll in a degreed program in finance, accounting or construction management or have a declared finance, accounting or construction management major.
  3. Demonstrate a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  4. Submit a complete CFMA Scholarship Application.
  5. Submit a 300-word essay that demonstrates the applicant's relationship to the construction industry and/or how the construction industry impacts the economy.
  6. Submit a current transcript from the Colleges or Universities attended thus far.
  7. Submit your current resume.
  8. Submit 2 letters of recommendations, with one academic and one from the business community (letters cannot be from a member of the applicant's immediate family).
  9. Mail the transcript and letters of recommendations to the attention of Alisa Castellano, Scholarship Committee Chair, CFMA, PO Box 80202, Portland, OR 97280. If submitting your application by email, then application, resume, and essay should be sent to Portland.CFMA@gmail.com with the subject line indicating “Scholarship Application” followed by your last name.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All application materials, including the required application, transcript and essay must be received on or before May 31, 2021.

 

REVIEW AND AWARD

Scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 will be awarded in early August for the academic year beginning Fall, 2021. Scholarship winners will be notified via phone and honored at the CFMA Annual Golf Tournament in September 2021. Attendance is requested.

 

The CFMA Portland Chapter includes representatives from Construction Firms, Public Accounting Firms, Insurance Firms and various construction related partners in the Portland Metro Area. The Chapter’s Scholarship Committee will award all scholarships based upon the above stated criteria.

 

Click here to download the 2021 Student Application.

 

 

CFMA Member Scholarship 

 

OBJECTIVE

The objective of the CFMA Member Scholarship is to enable students with a relationship to a CFMA member or member’s company to pursue their advanced educational objectives regardless of their area of study.

 

REQUIREMENTS

The scholarship has multiple requirements. All competitive applicants are expected to meet all of the below

stated requirements:

   1.  Enroll in an Oregon/SW Washington College or University as a student pursuing a degreed program.

   2.  Demonstrate a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

   3.  Submit a complete CFMA Scholarship Application.

   4.  Submit a 300-word essay demonstrating how the applicant’s courses benefit the member

        organization to which the applicant is related.

   5.  Submit a current transcript from the Colleges or Universities attended thus far.

   6.  Submit your current resume.

   7.  Submit 2 letters of recommendations, with one academic and one from the business community (letters cannot be from a 

        member of the applicant's immediate family).

   8.  Mail the transcript and letters of recommendations to the attention of Alisa Castellano, Scholarship Committee Chair, CFMA

        PO Box 80202, Portland, OR 97280. If submitting your application by email, then application, resume, and essay should be 

        sent to Portland.CFMA@gmail.com with the subject line indicating “Scholarship Application” followed by your last name.

 

APPLICATION DEADLINE

All application materials, including the required application, transcript and essay must be received on or before May 31, 2021.

 

REVIEW AND AWARD

Scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 will be awarded in early August, 2021 for the academic year beginning Fall, 2021. Scholarship winners will be notified via phone and honored at the CFMA Annual Golf Tournament in September, 2021. Attendance is requested.

 

The CFMA Portland Chapter includes representatives from Construction, Public Accounting, Insurance, and Surety Firms and various construction related partners in the Portland Metro Area. The Chapter’s Scholarship Committee will award all scholarships based upon the above stated criteria.The CFMA Portland Chapter includes representatives from Construction Firms, Public Accounting Firms, Insurance Firms and various construction related partners in the Portland Metro Area. The Chapter’s Scholarship Committee will award all scholarships based upon the above stated criteria.

 

Click here to download the 2021 Member Application.