The SEAW Scholarship Application i Applications will open in early 2024 for next year's awards. To be eligible, a student must be:
• United States citizen and an official resident of the State of Washington. Residents of this state attending schools in other states are eligible. Students attending in-state schools on anon-resident basis are not eligible.
• At the time of application, currently enrolled in a program of study majoring in Structural Engineering as an undergraduate in their final year of study, or as a graduate student
• Committed to making a professional career in the practice of structural engineering The SEAW Scholarship Program opens for application toward the beginning of the calendar year. Current awards equal $5,000, but are determined officially by the SEAW Scholarship Committee. SEFW is committed to furthering the profession of structural engineering, and is eager to assist students in their structural engineering educational goals.
Current Scholarship Awards
Six Washington students were recognized with 2023 scholarship awards at the SEAW Spring Social in June. Congratulations to these students, who received both SEAW scholarships and the inaugural SEAW DEI scholarships.
Alan Champagne, EIT, received a $5,000 SEAW Scholarship. Alan will graduate in December 2023 from Gonzaga University with a BSCE, after transferring from Spokane Falls Community College. At Gonzaga, Alan is involved with the student chapter of ASCE (including the concrete canoe team and the environmental competition team) and Gonzaga Without Borders, and also serves as an undergraduate research assistant. Alan previously received an associate’s degree in aviation operations from the Community College of the Air Force and held several positions with the United States Air Force until 2015. He then became a Washington State Journeyman Carpenter and worked with Hanson Carlen Architecture & Construction in Spokane before returning to school to study structural engineering. This summer, he has an internship with BC Engineers in Hayden, Idaho. For fun, Alan enjoys rock climbing, diving, and building furniture. He was born and raised in Williamson, New York, and graduated from Williamson Senior High School.
Past Scholarship Recipients
Past scholarship recipients include a past SEFW Chair, several SEAW Engineer of the Year recipients, and many current SEAW members. Read more about past scholarship winners on our Student Spotlights page (TBD).