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Penn College Student Receives CMAA National Scholarship


Brandon L. Lebo, a student in the Construction Management bachelor-degree major at Pennsylvania College of Technology, has been selected by the Construction Management Association of America Foundation as its first national scholarship winner.

Lebo, of Boiling Springs, will be presented with a check for $3,000 during a special industry-recognition dinner at CMAA’s National Conference in San Diego on Oct. 15.

The CMAA Foundation National Scholarship program, which was initiated in 2001, provides aid to students in construction-degree programs. Recipients are chosen on the basis of merit, academic excellence, employment, extracurricular activities and contributions to CMAA.

CMAA is an industry association of more than 1,600 firms and professionals who provide program and construction-management services to owners in the planning, design and construction of capital projects. For more information about CMAA, visit on the Web.

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