OHIO CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION
ANNUAL HALL OF FAME SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
The Ohio Contractors Association is “the voice” of the heavy and highway industry in Ohio. Members rely on staff expertise in critical areas like Legislative and Environmental Affairs, Public Agencies (including ODOT), General and Industry Specific Labor and Employment Law, and Safety-Focused advocacy, Education and Awareness. OCA facilitates industry collaboration, draws the industry together through meetings, programs and events, champions the development of today's workforce and tomorrows industry leaders, and connects members with discounts that deliver bottom-line impact.
Awards will be based on the applicant’s merit potential and their demonstrated interest in the construction industry. The Scholarship Committee, comprised of several association members, will determine the dollar amount to be awarded based upon the application.
Incomplete application packets will not be considered.
1. The student must be a citizen of the United States and be in either the third, fourth or fifth year of a B.S./B.A. degree program in Civil Engineering, Construction Technology or Construction Management, OR in the second year of an Associate Degree program in Civil Engineering,
Construction Technology, Construction Management or a related area at the time of submitting this scholarship application and receiving the award.
2. All sections of the application form packet must be completed and returned to the Ohio Contractors Association by Friday, March 20, 2020. Scholarships will be awarded at one of OCA's State of the Association Meeting scheduled around the state during the second quarter of 2020.
1. Selection of recipients will be based upon the submission of a fully completed application.
2. The students must have two College/University Recommendation Forms from professors/instructors (link provided at the end of this document) completed by Friday, March 20, 2020.
3. A recommendation from an OCA member company or individual, while not required, will weigh in the favor of the applicant.
4. A college/university transcript must be included.