Scholarship Programs

Each year we award a $2500 scholarship to a deserving minority or female student desiring to further their education in the construction industry. We are very proud that we have already been able to award XX scholarships. To apply for this years scholarship, click here.

A list of our winners is displayed below:

Emily Trezza – 2018 Diversity Construction Group Scholarship Recipient

Emily Trezza is currently a junior at Central Connecticut State University, majoring in Construction Management with a minor in Business/Finance. She is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society and serves on the executive board for the Construction Management club. Emily recently completed an internship at General Dynamics Electric Boat working as a Program Representative, creating schedules and working with different departments to resolve key issues. During the school year, she works at Atlantic Seafood as a front house staff member and helps customers with their needs. In her free time, Emily enjoys spending time outdoors, walking her dog and hanging out with friends.


Xheklin Nano – 2017 Diversity Construction Group Scholarship Recipient

Xheklin Nano is currently majoring in Finance with a double minor in Management and Quantitative Business Analysis at Pace University in New York City. located in the Financial District in Downtown Manhattan where she is currently serving as Treasurer of the National Accounting Association chapter at Pace University. During the past summer she interned at the Breater Waterbury YMCA as a Finance & Community Development Intern. After graduation, Xheklin hopes to work for a company such as NASDAQ, American Express, or Morgan Stanley while pursuing her MBA.



Catherine Dimon – Diversity Construction Group Scholarship Recipient

My name is Catherine Dimon, I am a sophomore at Central Connecticut State University and I am a Construction Management major. My passion for construction has always been there, my passion for turning a group of raw materials and watching them turn into one grand design. Pursuing this passion at Central has been very successful so far, I earned a spot on dean’s list last semester and have been maintaining my grades since. I am also a member of the Construction Management Club where several general contractors and engineers come and talk about future opportunities within their company. During the school year, I also work in the appliance department at Home Depot part time, where I am constantly using my problem solving skills to help customers with their appliance needs. During the summer months last year, I completed an internship with the Whiting-Turner Contracting Company where I plan to return again this summer for another great “hands-on” learning experience.  I plan to achieve my bachelor’s degree in May 2021 and attain a full time position to one day become a superintendent.