2020 Fine Homebuilding Scholarship Winners Announced

Published: June 29, 2020
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Fine Homebuilding has awarded 14 #KeepCraftAlive scholarships to SkillsUSA members studying in construction-related fields who plan to continue their education for the 2020-21 academic year. The $2500 scholarships can be used for further education including community college, undergraduate programs or industry certifications. The scholarship fund was created by Fine Homebuilding to address the skills gap, a disparity between the employment demands of a growing housing industry and a shortage of trained qualified labor. The 2020 winners are:

  • Alabama — Wesley Boyd and Joseph McDaniel from Gadsden Community College
  • California — Wayson Lee, Folsom High School
  • Georgia — Zebulon Floyd, Savannah Technical College
  • Idaho — Johnathan Lockwood, Kootenai Technical Education Campus
  • Kentucky — Alaina Davis, Murray-Calloway Area Technology Center and Paul Mobley, Boone County Area Technology Center
  • Michigan — Paige Wooden, Wilson Talent Center
  • North Carolina — Jennifer Key, Columbus Career & College Academy
  • New York — Seth Hellings, Charles H. Bohlen, Jr. Technical Center
  • Texas — Annellise Chavez, Construction Careers Academy and Eli Smart, Silsbee High School
  • Utah — Masen Holmes, Uintah Basin Technology College-Vernal
  • Wyoming — Jeremy Hartt, Guernsey-Sunrise High School

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