One of P2K’s goals is to help women and Hispanics to become civil engineers. This year, we are providing scholarships to four students at Georgia Tech who are pursuing that dream, including third-year student Ana Contreras, who we met on campus and heard of her fascination with bridges and buildings. The other scholarship recipients are Talia Herrera, Aimee Ogando and Brooke Bergstrom, each of whom is studying abroad this semester. We’re so proud of these bright young women and are excited about what they may achieve in their careers.
P2K created the Precision 2000 Inc. Hispanic Engineers of the Future at Georgia Tech’s School of Civil Engineering in October 2021.
The P2K Scholarship fund was created to support the academic advancement of Hispanic and women students. This program offers four (4) $2,500 annual scholarships to help undergraduate students with their tuition and fees at Georgia Tech School of Civil & Environmental Engineering.
Preference goes to qualiﬁed candidates who are:
- Hispanic Students for civil engineering studies
- Colombian Nationals
- Students interested in pursuing studies on infrastructure.
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