Scholarship Awardee's


Congratulations to all Scholarship Awards Winners!



Thanks to all PSE&SSF contributors and the SAME Seattle Post for their continued support of the Scholarship Program

Be on the lookout for information regarding the 2020 scholarship campaign.

If anyone has any questions concerning the application or the scholarship process, please feel free to contact me by email or phone.


Mr. John M. Souza, P.E.

SAME Seattle Post

jsouza@ktainc.net

425.301.8920 (Mobile)





Bob Galteland, President, Reid Middleton and staff presenting the $1500 scholarship to German Arturo Chavez, civil engineering student at St. Martin's University.






Marty Boivin and Mike Harney from Shannon & Wilson presenting the $1500 scholarship to Emma Hutchinson, civil engineering student at the University of Washington. Also pictured is Mariko Navin advisor in the Civil and Environmental Department.






Eric Kunz and Mary Ann Carlson of Terracon presenting sponsored $4000 scholarship to Shawna Myatt (center), civil and environmental engineering student at the University of Washington.






Wood’s Principal Geologist Kathleen Goodman and Principal Engineer Jim Shellooe presenting a Wood-sponsored scholarship to SAME scholarship recipient Rebecca Lilliquist (center), civil and environmental engineering student at the University of Washington.






WSP’s Chris Thomas, Senior Vice President, Dave Warner, NW District Manager and Mike Rigsby, Principle Project Manager presenting WSP sponsored $1500 scholarship to Miguel De La Melena, mechanical engineering and mathematics student at St. Martin's University.







PSE&SSF President Geoff Compeau and Monica Manthey presenting sponsored $1000 scholarship to Katherine Waller (center), human centered design and engineering student at the University of Washington.


With a contribution of $1,000 or more, sponsors can establish a scholarship in the name of their firm, direct that the scholarship go to either a hight school or college student, and stipulate that it be used to support a specific STEM discipline of study. For contributions over $2,000 sponsors can also designate a specific school or county for their scholarship.