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BCA Awards $10,000 in Scholarships to Local Students

Dyllan Floyd
Dyllan Floyd
Olivia Jablonski
Olivia Jablonski
Jackson Denny
Jackson Denny
Joshua Hawkins
Joshua Hawkins
FORT WAYNE, IN – Builders Contractors Association of Northeast Indiana (BCA) recently announced the winners of the 2022 Presidential Merit Scholarships and Michael H. Kinder Jr. Memorial Scholarships. These programs were created to recognize significant accomplishments and reward worthy students in furthering their education in construction-related college degree programs. The recipients of the two $2,500 Presidential Merit Scholarships are Dyllan Floyd and Olivia Jablonski. The recipients of the two $2,500 Michael H. Kinder Memorial Scholarships are Jackson Denny and Joshua Hawkins.

Floyd is a 2022 graduate of Carroll High School. He will pursue a Civil Engineering degree with a focus on construction at Purdue Fort Wayne. He is the son of Joseph Floyd of Shambaugh & Sons. Floyd's goal is to become a project manager because every day is different, and he will be able to have a lot of interaction with other people to solve problems. He loves to feel productive and belives becoming a project manager will allow him to do just that.

Jablonski is in her third year at Purdue Fort Wayne in the Civil Engineering program. She is employed by K&H Construction as an intern. Her goal is to become a Professional Engineer. She plans to always involve her love of the outdoors in her work, making sure to always put the Earth first when it comes to long-term projects and material lists.

Denny is a 2022 graduate of Carroll High School. He will start this fall at Purdue University to pursue a degree in Construction Management. He is the stepson of Mike Inman of Shambaugh & Son. After receiving his degree, Denny wants to work as a project manager for a large construction firm. Ultimately, Denny said he would love to own his own construction company by the age of 30.

Hawkins just completed his third year at Purdue Fort Wayne in the school's Construction Engineering Technology program. He is employed by Weigand Construction. Construction is a field Hawkins has always been interested in – finding joy in building and creating things, and watching the process from beginning to end and admiring the final product.

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