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Scholarship Launched for Women, Other Underrepresented Students
November 9, 2018
From left: Shawmut's Chief of Construction Operations Mike Sanchez; scholarship winners Shannon Shultz, Brianna McMullan and Nina Collins; Shawmut Chief People Officer Marianne Monte; and Beth Curtis, Wentworth's associate director of corporate and foundation relationships.
Shawmut Design and Construction has launched a scholarship program with Wentworth Institute of Technology aimed at combatting gender and racial imbalances in the construction industry by funding a co-op program for women and underrepresented minority students pursuing degrees in construction management and civil engineering.
Read the full article at Boston Business Journal.
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