Building Futures with Record Breaking Investment in our Young Adults

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The Building Futures Foundation, a nonprofit and extension of the Building Industry Association of Clark County, recently announced a record-breaking investment of $21,000 for building industry careers. Seven individuals were selected to receive financial support for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Recipients include: David Albulov of Vancouver – Civil Engineering, Clark College; Stephen Cherington of Battle Ground – Apprentice, Northwest Lineman College; Breanne Freshour of Ridgefield – Interior Design, Heritage School of Interior Design; Ellie Josephson of Ridgefield – Architecture, Portland State University; Miriam Muntean of Vancouver – Civil Engineering, Boise State University; Whitley Seter of La Center – Construction Management, Washington State University; and Gaganjeet Singh of Vancouver – Project Management, University of Washington.

Sarah Neibert, Chair of the Scholarship Committee reflected, “On behalf of the Building Futures Foundation’s Scholarship Committee, I wanted to extend our sincerest thank you to the sponsors, donors, and volunteers that make investing in our industry’s future workforce possible. All of the individuals selected are pursuing in-demand careers within the construction industry and will be joining the workforce after they complete their training and/or schooling.”

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