2017 PECG Scholarship Program Winners
The Professional Engineers in California Government (PECG) is pleased to Congratulate the 2017 Scholarship Program winners:
|Aaron Birch||Gary Birch||Sacramento|
|Alexander Battey||Todd Battey||Inland Empire|
|Alyssa Nishikawa||Don & Marissa Nishikawa||Fresno|
|Amber Ganapathy||Carissa Ganapathy||Fort Sutter|
|Christina Ngo||Vanessa Truong||Orange County|
|Hannah Battey||Todd Battey||Inland Empire|
|Katharine Worcester||Alfred Worcester||Fort Sutter|
|Lauren Posey||James Posey||Sacramento|
|Marquis Seto||Henry Seto||Sacramento|
|Matthew Spector||Peter Spector||Sacramento|
|Nikola Tong||Patricia Watanabe||Los Angeles|
|Sahithi Bonala||Mohan Bonala||Sacramento|
|Spencer Kam||Jerrel & Lily Kam||Los Angeles|
|Tahrima Alam||Khorshed Khan||Fresno|
PECG offers up to 15 scholarships, ranging from $3000 to $500 each, as a member-only benefit for PECG members and their dependents who are currently enrolled in a college or university in a PECG-related field of study. PECG intends to award the scholarships in the following amounts: $3000 (one), $2000 (one), $1500 (one), $1000 (five), $500 (seven).
2018 PECG Scholarships will be awarded in July. The application deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 4, 2018. Check back for more information in early 2018.
PECG represents 13,000 state-employed engineers and related professionals responsible for designing and inspecting California’s highways and bridges, ensuring that schools and hospitals are safe during earthquakes, and protecting our air, water and beaches. PECG continually strives to provide quality benefits to our members.