CFMA Houston is introducing The Martin P. Eckert Scholarship Program. Named after one of CFMA Houston founders and CFMA’s National Chairman 1988-1989, Martin P. Eckert Scholarship Fund is established to promote the further education and career advancement of individuals pursuing careers in accounting and construction or a construction related industry. The goal of the Martin P. Eckert Scholarship is to increase student awareness of CFMA and careers in the construction industry.
The scholarship is intended for full or part-time students with a graduate or undergraduate degree plan in accounting, business (construction emphasis), engineering, construction management, or architecture, or successful completion of Certified Construction Industry Finance Professional (CCIFP) exam. All candidates who apply by the deadline and meet the minimum requirements specified in the instructions are eligible for scholarships. This scholarship fund is an investment in the field of construction, and in the greater Houston area. They provide CFMA members, their families and other promising construction professionals with financial assistance while completing their studies.
Scholarship application deadline has been extended to October 15th!
To apply, please send completed applications to Sanela Minica at email@example.com
Members of the CFMA Houston Chapter are eligible for a scholarship program to encourage participation in preparing for and obtaining the Certified Construction Industry Financial Professionals (CCIFP) certification. The CCIFP designation is designed to enhance professional credibility, increase knowledge in construction field, and provide objective verification of knowledge. To apply or obtain more information, click below.
CCIFP Study Group
Become a Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional!
The Houston Chapter Education Committee is forming a CCIFP Study Group to provide information about the exam in addition to tips for studying and focused sessions on topics. We will schedule the meetings after speaking with those interested so that we can try to accommodate for availability. It won't be necessary to attend every meeting, so feel free to join at any time.
For more information about the study group, contact Caryl Coronis at 281.495.0842 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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