The MCAMW Student Chapter program looks to foster students’ interest in the mechanical contracting industry by opening doors for their skills and talent. The Student Chapters purpose is to attract young people to the mechanical, service, and plumbing contracting industry. For student members majoring in construction education, mechanical engineering or architectural engineering, the program is designed to guide these young people to a successful career path by including them in the Association’s outside activities in order to network with the membership.
The MCAMW Student Chapter program is currently affiliated with Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia and the University of Maryland College Park. Student Chapter Committee members and MCAMW staff attend Career Fairs and have provided MCAMW membership with resumes of students who have been through the screening process and are interested in a career in our industry.
Student chapter students are invited to job sites to see first hand, how mechanical contractors work and are welcome to attend all of the Association’s activities. Students have access to MCAMW’s Membership Directories, monthly mailings, seminars hosted by the Association, and are offered opportunities to discuss with any contractor members the prospect of a career in the mechanical construction industry.
In addition to the Networking Opportunities, the Mechanical Contracting Education & Research Foundation (MCERF), which is affiliated with the Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA), provides funding through grants to help chapters cover the costs of projects, their participation in the Student Chapter Competition, field trips, travel to the Summit and the MCAA National Convention, and Student Scholarships.
To learn about the different Grants and Students Scholarships that are available, click HERE.
For more information about the MCAMW Student Chapters contact firstname.lastname@example.org.