SCHOLARSHIPS

It is that time again! As of February 15, 2022, the application for ATB Scholarships are AVAILABLE! Please contact the ATB office for applications.

THE 2022 SCHOLARSHIP IS NOW AVAILABLE

Eligible Applicants – Son or Daughter of an ATB member or employee of member.

DISCOVER OUR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS

MAGGIE MOZINGO

4-Year College or University Scholarship
$8,000 over 4 years ($2,000/year)
Who May Apply? Any high school senior, who is a son or daughter of an Arizona Transportation Builders Association member or an employee of a member and will be enrolling full-time in an academic institution for their first collegiate year

ED SNELL

2-Year Continuing Education Scholarship
$4,000 over 2 years ($2,000 a year)
Who May Apply? Any high school senior, who is a son or daughter of an Arizona Transportation Builders Association member or an employee of a member and will be enrolling full-time in an academic institution for their first collegiate year

MAGGIE MOZINGO

1-year trade school scholarship
$1,000 over 1 year for Trade School.
Who May Apply? Any high school senior, who is a son or daughter of an Arizona Transportation Builders Association member or an employee of a member and will be enrolling full-time in an academic institution for their first collegiate year
For more information contact ATB at (520) 623-0444
Completed applications are due no later than April 29, 2022.
ATB members provide educational funding to the scholarship by participating in the annual ATB Fall Auction event. Various Member Firms and Individuals stepped up together to support Maggie & the Scholarship Foundation with a combined donation of $7,200. The Scholarship Foundation has existed nearly two decades and served over seventy-one students with an estimate of $286,000 donated.

SCHOLARSHIP REPORT

2014

$1,000.00

2015

$2,000.00

2016

$2,000.00

2017

$2,000.00

2018

$9,000.00

2019

$15,000.00

2020

$14,000.00

2021

$14,000.00

2022

$8,000.00

Our Goals

EDUCATE, SUSTAIN, AND PROMOTE THE COMMON INTEREST IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Founded in 1984 as Tucson Underground Contractors Association by Ed Snell, Tricon, Ben Luster, Luster Contracting, Godon Nelson, Nelson Pipeline, and Lucky Hurford of SAECO, represented local contractors only. Years following, the association changed its name in the mid-1990s to reflect and expand service offerings.

In 2014, TUCA amended its name to be the Arizona Transportation Builders Association (ATB) and is still a nonprofit organization consisting of more than 100 individual businesses and organizations in Southern Arizona.