Bachelor of Arts in Construction Management Online
Scholarships Available! 

When: September 5, 2017 (Fall 2017 Term begins) 

Where: Online

Who: Journeypersons and apprentices looking to develop their leadership skills 

Rowan University’s B.A. in Construction Management Online is ideal for journeypersons, as well as apprentices who are looking to develop leadership skills and advance their careers. The B.A. in Construction Management prepares building trades members to supervise, manage, and inspect construction projects, buildings, and associated facilities. Rowan’s program has received North America’s Building Trades Union’s endorsement.

NABTU Governing Board of Presidents Scholarships available to first-year students in all trades (Up to $3,600 per student)

Visit the Rowan University website to apply for Fall 2017

(Application deadline is August 1, 2017)

Register and apply here!

John H. Lyons Sr. Scholarship and Eric S. Waterman Scholarship are now closed.

John H. Lyons Sr. Scholarship

The John H. Lyons Sr. Scholarship program was started in 1968 to provide educational funding to sons and daughters of Iron Worker members. Since that time, the scholarship program has provided $2 million in scholarships and other awards, helping the children of our members attend some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. What began as a small program, providing a $1,000 scholarship to one male and one female recipient, has grown through the years as the need for college education has increased, along with the high cost of tuition to achieve that education. Based on funding available, we are proud to provide up to 18 scholarships (6 - $5,000; 6 - $2,500; 6 - $1,500), which are valid for four years, provided the recipient continues to meet academic and other eligibility criteria. For the past several years, funding has also provided the ability to grant a number of one-time $500 awards to deserving candidates.

Eric S. Waterman Scholarship

The Eric S. Waterman Scholarship is a $5,000 scholarship, established to provide educational funding to sons and daughters of Iron Worker members and encourage pursuit of a construction industry related degree.