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SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION 

PEGGY CORNELL BENLINE SCHOLARSHIP

The Municipal Engineers is proud to offer 3 Scholarships for students of Engineering or Architecture. One $2,500 scholarship will be available through the generous support of HAKS Engineering, as a symbol of their commitment to the City of New York and the engineering Professions.  Two $1,000 scholarships are financed by a generous grant from the late Captain Arthur J. Benline in memory of his wife Peggy Cornell Benline. 

Captain Benline retired from the Civil Engineer Corps of the United States Navy.  He was a former Commissioner of Buildings, Commissioner of Air Pollution Control, and was an honorary member and former president of the Municipal Engineers in 1968.  This scholarship program will continue in the future and will ensure that his name and his wife's name will be remembered for the good he has done for this Engineering Society and for the profession. 

The Municipal Engineers will gratefully accept donations to our general scholarship fund as well as administrate additional scholarships funded by grants by generous individuals or companies.

 

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Applicant must be a matriculated undergraduate student in an accredited college of engineering, architecture or engineering sciences at the time of award.

     

  • Candidates must attach a transcript of scholastic records and a statement as to goals in pursuing an engineering, architectural or engineering sciences career.  Submission of samples of work may also be forwarded on disk. 

     

  • We also encourage the applicant to submit letters of commendations by their professors and, in the case of part-time students, their employers.

     

  • Applications for grant must be postmarked or e-mailed on or before the application deadline date, October 31st, 2017.             

  • A statement regarding how your college costs are being financed, including a list of any scholarships or tuition grants you are receiving, must be submitted with the application.

     

  • Eligible finalists may be called for an interview by the Scholarship Committee, prior to final determination of the awards.

     

  • Students who have previously been awarded a Municipal Engineers scholarship are no longer eligible.

     

  • The scholarship will be paid directly to the recipient.

     

  • Additional applications not attached to this notice may also be obtained by writing to the Scholarship Committee, Municipal Engineers of NY, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York, NY 10012 or on line at www.municipalengineersnyc.org.

     

  • The granting of scholarships, eligibility and disbursements is subject to the sole discretion and approval by the Municipal Engineers of the City of New York.  The deadline for submission of applications is October 31st, 2017.  Additional updated information is available on line www.MunicipalEngineersnyc.org.

     

  • Mail Applications (and e-mail to harry.tom@muniengineersnyc.org AND to thomas.diana@nyct.com ). 


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Municipal Engineers of the City of New York

Attn:  Scholarship Committee

c/o Center of Architecture

536 LaGuardia Place

New York, NY 10012

 Awards are announced at our annual Dinner-Dance in November 

click here to download application

INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

IF YOUR FIRM/AGENCY IS INTERESTED IN POSTING

STUDENT INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES,

OR IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR AN OPPORTUNITY, 

PLEASE CONTACT US

 

at AIANY/the Center for Architecture- 536 LaGuardia Place, NY, NY 10012 -  (212)349-5795
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