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The Skylands Energy Scholarship

Building the Future through Integrity & Excellence

For the 2018-2019 school year, Skylands Energy Service is issuing a scholarship for students pursuing a career related to Environmental Science, HVAC, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and/or Construction Management.

About the scholarship

Skylands Energy Service will award the Skylands Energy Scholarship of $2,500.00 per year to a student enrolled or accepted at an accredited college, university, or trade technical school on a full-time basis in the United States. The scholarship renews every year, provided that the recipient maintains an overall 3.0 GPA or better. The maximum scholarship benefits are capped at $10,000.

What’s behind this scholarship?

The Mission and Values of Skylands Energy are firmly founded on delivering outstanding service through its people, products, and services. That commitment has created many communities of loyal and very satisfied customers.

Skylands Energy wants to support up and coming professionals, in various industries and disciplines such as Environmental Science, HVAC, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and/or Construction Management, who also are committed to our neighbors, our communities and our environment through Excellence and Integrity.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job outlook for construction managers is projected to grow 5% from 2016 to 2026. Although employment growth will provide many new jobs, a substantial number of construction managers are expected to retire over the next decade, resulting in additional job openings.

The job outlook for mechanical engineers is projected to grow 9% from 2016 to 2026 and 12% for environmental engineers.

These fields of study are perfect for students who have a general interest in real estate, building, design and HVAC systems.

Skylands Energy Service wants to encourage students to enter into one of these fields and become successful contributors to society.

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