CMAA Scholarship Foundation
With the South Atlantic Region and most parts of the country facing a construction workforce shortage, CMAA-SAC decided the best way to help alleviate the problem was to have a dedicated foundation focused on the success, not only of students in construction and architecture programs, but those striving for trade degrees through the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG). The goal is to promote and enhance the delivery of the built environment by providing opportunities for continuous learning and improvement in the design, construction and industry trades through professional development and practice.
The CMAA-SAC Scholarship Foundation is a self-supporting scholarship program and is a 501 (c) 3 designated organization so contributions are tax deductible as a charitable donation.
2023 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE MAY 1!
to promote and enhance the delivery of the built environment by providing opportunities for continuous learning and improvement in the design, construction and industry trades through professional development and practice.
to be the leading organization in the development of future design and construction professionals
Jose Portillo, Tennessee State University
Jace Johnson, University of Georgia
Blaine Allen, Georgia Tech
Dylan Thomas Memorial Scholarship
Brianne Dier, University of Georgia
The Construction Management Association of America South Atlantic Chapter is an organization dedicated to leading the growth and acceptance of professions in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Industry that can add significant value to the entire design and construction process, from conception to ongoing operation. To promote CMAA’s objectives, the South Atlantic Chapter is offering academic scholarships to full‐time students pursuing a related degree to architecture, engineering, or construction management.
Undergraduate / Graduate Scholarship
The Construction Management Association of America South Atlantic Chapter, awards these scholarships to qualified students to help them defray the costs of pursuing a degree in one of the aforementioned programs.
Tools of the Trade Scholarship
The Tools of the Trade Scholarship is awarded for the purchase of program required tools, uniforms, equipment, and or/supplies to a currently enrolled part‐time or full‐time student in good academic standing. The amount to be awarded is up to $500.
Dylan Thomas Scholarship
The Foundation wanted to celebrate the life and preserve the memory of Dylan through establishment of this scholarship. In honoring Dylan, we honor the entire Thomas family and support their initiative to create a legacy for Dylan; recognizing individuals with exceptional character and an interest in the architecture, engineering and/or construction industry.
2020 – 2021 Board of Directors
Vice Chair & Secretary
Georgia State Financing & Investment Commission
The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
McCarthy Building Companies
Laura Leigh Barrett
University of West Georgia
Croft & Associates
Attorney for the Foundation and the Registered Agent
Founding Board of Directors
Pictured L to R: Trevor Pitt, Board Member (The Whiting Turner Contracting Company), Maureen Gilbert, Vice Chair (Multivista), Sheree Srader, Treasurer (University of West Georgia), Stacey Chapman, Organizing Director (CROFT & Associates), Megan Kocikowski, Board Member (CPS, Inc.) , Laura Leigh Barrett, Board Member (Darden Company), Garrett Miller, Foundation Attorney & Registered Agent (Smith Currie)