The innovative roofing solutions company awarded $20,000 in scholarships in late 2021 to these four deserving students.
For over 100 years, SOPREMA has been offering advanced solutions with their roofing, waterproofing, wall protection and civil engineering systems and products. In an effort to maintain industry growth, they have been offering four students a $5,000 scholarship to pursue degrees in the building envelope field.
The scholarship is awarded to students who want to study engineering, architecture, construction management or a similar building envelope field. Winners are selected based on academic record, honors, work experience and demonstrated leadership and participation in school and community activities. They also submitted an essay and an online recommendation. Financial need is not considered when awarding scholarships.
Congratulations to these students receiving the 2021 SOPREMA scholarship:
Bridger Cole of Corvallis, Montana is pursuing an engineering degree at Montana State University. He is set to graduate in 2025. Bridger currently participates in varsity track and field at his high school as well as their Interact Club and National Honor Society. He has also received an AP Scholar award from College Board.
“I am graduating as valedictorian of my class,” Bridger said. “The STEM field is interesting to me and I will study mechanical engineering next year.”
William Dierking of New Albany, Indiana will be attending Purdue University for his degree in engineering. He is on his high school’s golf team and was named salutatorian in his class. William has also received an award from the local Kiwanis Club and the Art Alliance of Southern Indiana.
“I am excited to finish up my senior year, and I plan to intern at a local engineering firm this summer,” said William.
Robert Mirabello of Washington DC will be going to Swarthmore College for his degree in civil and environmental engineering. He is the founder of his school’s underwater robotics club and the rhythm section leader in the school jazz band. Robert was a finalist for the National Merit Scholarship and a nominee for the Presidential Scholars Program. In college, he plans to study engineering, classics and Chinese.
Faith Nguyen of Purcellville, Virginia will be attending Northeastern University for her degree in architecture. In high school she participated in a variety of activities such as varsity volleyball and track and field. For her senior project, she set up a fundraiser for domestic violence prevention. Faith also ranked first in her graduating class.
Congratulations to these students for earning this well-deserved scholarship! We can’t wait to see what their future brings.
By Evelyn Witterholt, RCS Reporter. This article first appeared on RoofersCoffeeShop®.
Applications for the 2022-2023 academic year must be
submitted by MARCH 30, 2022.
Visit the SOPREMA scholarship page for more information or to apply!