The Greater Greensboro Builders Association women's council recently awarded scholarships to area students who are pursuing a field of study related to the building industry.
The scholarships, totaling $4,000, are for the 1992-93 school year.Stephanie Lynn Clontz of Greensboro received a stipend to assist in her architectural design studies at N.C. State School of Design.
Kimberly Michelle Knust of Greensboro was awarded a stipend to Winthrop University, where she plans to pursue a career in interior design.
Timothy Scott Forrest of Greensboro received a stipend to N.C. A&T, where he is studying architectural engineering.
Wilda Kara Moon of Greensboro was awarded a stipend to assist in her civil engineering studies at N.C. State.
In addition, each year the National Association of Home Builders awards trade scholarships to students across the United States who plan a career in a building-related field.
The following two GTCC students received stipends from the Greater Greensboro Builders Association, with matching funds provided by the National Association of Home Builders.
William Ray Talbert of High Point, who plans to become a licensed general contractor, received a scholarship to help complete his business administration studies at GTCC.