2017 CFMA New York City Chapter Scholarship Program
Program: Each year the NYC Chapter of the CFMA awards up to three, $1,000
eligible high school or college students.
Application deadline: January 31, 2017
or grandchild of an active CFMA member in good standing of the NYC Chapter
(active participant with the chapter and up to
date on dues)
must be a high school senior or current college
scholarship can be for any accredited college or university
Major or course of study will be considered
Application package must include the following:
v Name of
the CFMA member submitting the candidate
v Name of
parent/guardian of recipient
300 word Essay from applicant including, but not limited to:
about him/herself including area of study and why he/she should be the
recipient of this award
home address, phone number and email address
School Seniors: Acceptance letter from an accredited college or university that
they will be attending along with his/her high school transcript
college students: Most recent college transcripts
history and current job description, if applicable
(Note: Incomplete application
packages will be disqualified)
Forward completed application package or questions to:
Patricia Hering at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be reviewed
anonymously by the Scholarship Committee of the NYC Chapter of CFMA.
2016 CFMA New York City Chapter Scholarship
School is back in session and the NYC Chapter of the Construction
Financial Management Association (CFMA) is looking for eligible candidates to
claim the NYC CFMA Scholarship Award.
Each year the NYC Chapter of the CFMA awards up to three $1,000 scholarships to eligible college students.
Please see a list of qualifications and directions on how to apply
Child or grandchild of an active CFMA member in
good standing of the NYC Chapter (active participant with the chapter and up to
date on dues)
The scholarship can be for any accredited
college or university
Any Major or course of study will be considered
What is needed to apply
Name of the CFMA member submitting the candidate
Name of parent/guardian of recipient
Student must submit an essay of 300 words about
him/herself, area of study, and why he/she should be the recipient of this
Applicant must be a high school senior or
current college student. High School
Seniors must submit an acceptance letter from an accredited college or
university that they will be attending and his/her high school transcript. Current college students must submit their
most recent transcripts.
Please include your name, home address, phone
number, and email address.
Essays are due by January
15, 2016 and should be submitted to Patricia Hering at email@example.com
The recipients will be anonymously chosen by a panel of several NYC CFMA
board members that include the President. All essays sent to the panel will have names
removed and assigned numbers for each candidate to provide fairness in the
decision making process.
The scholarship recipients will be notified after the panel makes a
decision at the next CFMA event. Checks
will be mailed directly to the school.
2015 Scholarship Winners
CFMA NYC Member: ComData
Sophomore at University of Tennessee-Knoxville Studying Pre-Medicine and Biology
CFMA NYC Member: CAC Industries
Currently enrolled in the MBA program at LIU post. Matt focuses on a career in both Accounting and Management
CFMA NYC Member: CohnReznick
Thomas is currently in his third-year at the University of Virginia, double majoring in Systems Engineering and Physics, and double minoring in Applied Mathematics and Economics.
2014 Scholarship Winners