Building Futures Foundation

Building Futures Foundation

The Building Futures Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit foundation that supports individuals pursuing careers in the building industry through scholarships and tool grants.

 

Since 2007, we’ve awarded 112 scholarships and tool grants, representing a total investment of $186,250 in construction careers.

 

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SCHOLARSHIPS

Students living in Clark County who plan to pursue a career in the building industry by attending a college, university, or a trade/technical school can apply for scholarships.

TOOL GRANTS

1st and 2nd year electrician apprentices can apply for tool grants. We welcome the opportunity to help you further your career!

2022-2023 RECIPIENTS

  • Chris North – Tool Grant Recipient, Fallen Warrior Landscaping
  • Tye Kangas – Washington State University, Mechanical Engineering
  • Sam Thometz – Arizona State University, Construction Management
  • Caleb Davis – Clackamas Community College, Engineering
  • David “Cooper” Chun – Clark College, Civil Engineering
  • Elizabeth Rowden – Washington State University, Civil Engineering
  • Jenna Childress – University of Arizona, Engineering
  • Joseph Cline – Washington State University, Electrical Engineering
  • Laura Muntean – University of Washington, Civil Engineering
  • Benz Brawley – George Fox University, Construction Management

 


Thank you to our 2022 Building Futures Foundation Committee Members: Sarah Neibert of Affinity Homes (Chair), Lisa Thompson of Heritage Bank, Jennifer Ramsay of WFG National Title, Jennifer Poirier of QED Lab, Melissa Bailey of PNW Fire Protection, Bethani Green of HadleyMak and Jason Presser of Fairway Independent Mortgage.