Structural Engineers Association of New York
The Scholarship Committee (SEAoNY Education Foundation*) is a 501(c) 3 and was established with the goal of encouraging young people to enter the structural engineering profession by supporting area college and university students studying structural engineering. Since then, we have been able to expand our goals thanks to industry generosity. We also award scholarships to graduating high school students from the Urban Assembly School for Design and Construction and support the Center for Architecture Foundation.
The SEAoNY Education Fund has distributed over $210,000 to these great causes. And with greater demands on aging infrastructure, the need for bright young structural engineers is more critical than ever. Please support the Scholarship Committee in helping students and supporting the field of engineering.
*SEAoNY Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) registered non-profit organization #45-4957969
For more information or to join the Scholarship Committee, please contact:
The SEAoNY Education Foundation, SEAoNY distributes scholarships each year to civil and structural engineering students attending colleges and universities in the United States. The SEAoNY Scholarship is funded by proceeds from the Annual SEAoNY Golf Outing and donations.
To be eligible for the SEAoNY Scholarship, students must be:
The SEAoNY Honorary member selects the winning students.
Each year the Education Foundation provides a scholarship to a high school senior from the Urban Assembly School for Design and Construction to support them as they go on to represent our industry and become leaders in promoting our profession.
To be eligible for the Urban Assembly School for Design & Construction Scholarship, students must be:
The SEAoNY Scholarship Committee selects the winning students.
Proceeds from the golf outing provide scholarships for students who are chosen by that year’s Honorary SEAoNY Member, or the board, if no Honorary Member was named. This past year, scholarships were awarded to Kamil Pisula from City College and Carol Shlyakhova from NYU of $5,000 each.
In addition, each year the Education Foundation provides a scholarship to two high school seniors from the Urban Assembly School for Design and Construction to support them as they go on to represent our industry and become leaders in promoting our profession. Last year’s scholarship winners were Kenya Liamura and Robert Lee and were awarded $5,000 each.
Joseph Tortorella - Chair
John McCue - Treasurer