The Moles Charitable Fund, Inc. Liaisons and Participating Schools
The Moles Charitable Fund, Inc.
Liaisons and Participating Schools
The creation of The Moles Charitable Fund Inc., a Non-Profit 501(c)3 corporation allowing for tax-deductible donations, has expanded on The Moles’ tradition of granting junior-year students generous scholarships to assist in their pursuit of a career in heavy construction. The MCF also recognizes the vital role the academic community plays in our mission, from preparing students academically to encouraging their entrance into the heavy construction industry. To foster these important relationships, the following Moles members serve as liaisons volunteering their time to help promote the industry at each of the participating colleges and universities. This enhanced interaction forges stronger relationships and communication, maximizing the direction of scholarship dollars to reach the right students heading for careers in Heavy Construction.
First and foremost, as the Fund gains momentum and donation dollars fuel its growth, the Board of Trustees is committed to reviewing participating schools to ensure every dollar is well spent and its mission of encouraging careers in the heavy construction industry is being achieved. To that end, the following schools are currently participating in The Moles’ Students Days and the Scholarship Program:
List of Schools Participating in The Moles Scholarship Program:
|City College of New York
|The Cooper Union
|Paul Schmall & Gus Lijo
|New Jersey Institute of Technology
|NYU Tandon School of Engineering
|Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
|John G. Civetta
|Stevens Institute of Technology
|University of Connecticut
|Tim Arborio & Julio Velez
|Wentworth Institute of Technology
|US Coast Guard*
|US Military Academy*
*In continuing to recognize the vital role of our Armed Forces in civil engineering, The Moles continue to offer an annual Student Award consisting of a certificate and monetary award to a student studying civil engineering at the United States Military Academy and the United States Coast Guard Academy.
Members interested in assisting The Moles liaisons to the above-listed schools are encouraged to contact Jack Tobin at [email protected]