Scholarship Info


Every year our American Society of Professional Estimators Metro St. Louis Chapter 19 advertises to students in colleges and universities studying in construction related programs to apply for a $1,000.00 scholarship. This year we had some absolutely outstanding applicants.

Thanks to the generosity of several construction general contractor and subcontractor companies who donated money or objects for our silent auction and for the wonderful attendance at our 2nd annual Trivia Night on March 7th, our Metro St. Louis Metro Chapter of the American Society of Professional Estimators (ASPE) is able to award not one, not two, not three, not four, but five scholarships this year!

The highest scoring applicant was Lydia Juengling who attends Kansas University in the school of architecture. She will be awarded a check for the $1,000.00 scholarship we typically award.

As the Trivia Night was so successful in raising funds for our scholarship, we are happy to award $500.00 to each of the next four highest scoring applicants.  They are Nicole Martindale (Iowa State), Benjamin Steger (University of Missouri – Columbia), Nicholas Raush (Drury University), and Anna Schwartz (University of Missouri – Columbia).

We wish all who applied great success in their future endeavors. They are each perfect examples of the people who are needed for the future of our industry.

We hope to hold our scholarship fundraising Trivia Night next March once again. Check our website early next year for the announcement and join in the fun. 

Cyndi Walker

Scholarship Committee Chair

ASPE Metro St. Louis Chapter 19

2021 St. Louis Metro Chapter 19 of the American Society of Professional Estimators (ASPE) SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION RULES

One scholarship in the amount of $1,000 dollars along with a one year free membership to ASPE will be awarded.

 Applications must be received no later than: Friday, April 1st, 2021 @5:00pm

Scholarship will be awarded during the ASPE Chapter 19 monthly meeting  May 14th held in the city of St. Louis, location TBD or via Zoom Conference.

Scholarship Recipient must be present at this meeting (in person meeting if possible to be held in a socially responsible manner or by Zoom) to accept the award and will be presented a check at this time. If recipient is not available to attend this meeting, ASPE may waive this requirement or reserve the right to award the scholarship to another qualified candidate. Winner will be notified by or on April 16th, 2021.  ASPE Chapter 19 will cover the cost of the dinner for the winner and a guest if the meeting is held in person.

 Applicant shall be currently enrolled in a undergraduate program in an accredited Junior College or University within the United States and shall have completed a minimum of 30 hours to date. Applicant shall be a full-time
(minimum of 12 hours per semester) or part-time (minimum of 9 hours per semester) student.

Applicant must be pursuing courses of study leading to a degree related to Construction. Construction Management, Architecture, Civil/Electrical/Mechanical and Industrial Engineering are examples of some of the degree programs that would apply.

 Scholarship recipient will be selected based on the following criteria;

Applicant’s academic performance (45%)

Extracurricular activities, including letters of recommendation (30%)

Essay relating to applicant’s future career goals (25%)

 Applicants shall furnish along with their application, the following information:

  • Copy of College transcript.
  • Letters of recommendation.
  • History of employment, involvement in clubs, organizations, community activities, etc. 

Good luck in your endeavors in achieving this scholarship!

Remember, all applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 1st, 2021 to be eligible.

All applications received after this date and will NOT be considered.

Submit applications by e-mail to:                              

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