G2 Consulting Group
The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Michigan Education Scholarship Application is now available for 2018.
ACEC of Michigan’s Scholarship Program was created to promote the profession and to provide financial support to those individuals pursuing careers in engineering and surveying. Multiple scholarships are awarded each year in varying amounts. Last year, five university students received assistance.
To qualify, college students must have completed their freshman year and enrolled in an ABET accredited engineering or surveying program. Recipients of the awards will be evaluated in the following areas: Work experience, extra-curricular and community activities, references, grade point average, and a written essay. Applicants must have worked for a private engineering, architectural or surveying firm in the past 24 months.
“G2 Consulting Group is a proud member of ACEC of Michigan,” says Mark Smolinski, principal at G2. “Our chapter will award three to five scholarships to deserving students this year totaling approximately $12,000.”
The scholarship entry deadline is Friday, January 5, 2018. Please click on the link below for the ACEC of Michigan 2018 Education Scholarship Application.
ACEC of Michigan 2018 Educational Scholarship Application
Jason Stoops, P.E
G2 Project Manager, ASCE SE MI President
Congratulations Roy Rose, ASCE SE Michigan Branch “Franklin D. Meyers 2016 Outstanding Civil Engineer of the Year”!
Roy is the chief executive officer and president of Anderson, Eckstein, and Westrick, Inc. (AEW) where he oversees the day to day operations of a 100 employee professional consulting firm which serves over 25 municipalities as well as hundreds of private clients in southeast Michigan in the areas of civil engineering, surveying, and architectural services.
With over 36 years of civil engineering experience (31 years with AEW this year), Roy is widely known throughout the civil engineering industry as an expert in the field. In addition to his daily work as President with AEW, Roy is a professional arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association, where he has experience as a negotiator in construction related cases.
Roy has been involved in many organizations throughout his professional career, most recently including the Utica Community Schools Foundation where he served as President and was also named by Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel as one of Macomb County’s representatives to the Regional Transit Authority where he is a current Board Member and Chairman of the Planning and Service Coordination Committee.
A graduate from Michigan Technological University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering, Roy has emphasized hard work, dedication and determination throughout his career. He is a great role model for young and old alike and enjoys sharing his knowledge and experience with younger generations.
Jason Stoops, P.E
A student scholarship in the amount of $2,000 will be awarded at the Annual ASCE Southeastern Michigan Branch Student Career Fair on Tuesday, February 23, 2016. The winner will be chosen based on the applicant’s specific Civil Engineering involvement, goals, job skills, academic record, and response to the essay.
All undergraduate students who will be enrolled in the 2016 Fall Term at any of the below-listed schools are eligible to apply:
University of Detroit Mercy
Wayne State University
University of Windsor
Lawrence Technological University
Michigan State University
University of Michigan
Michigan Technological University
Students working with co-op programs during the 2016 Fall Term are also eligible. Applicants must be registered ASCE student members by Fall 2016.
Applications are due February 8, 2016.
Click here to download the application requirements.
Click here for details about the February 23 Career Fair.