TD&H Community Involvement


TD&H Engineering Commits $25,000 to Great Falls College MSU Endowment

TD&H Engineering invests in engineering scholarship opportunities at Great Falls College MSU, by endowing $25,000 to support the 1+3 Engineering program.

The TD&H Engineering Scholarship Fund will support students who are pursuing an engineering degree. This scholarship supports the student in their first year of engineering classes while at Great Falls College MSU and opens the door to the student transferring to MSU to complete their engineering degree.

“All of us here at TD&H are thrilled to support students going through the 1+3 Engineering program at Great Falls College MSU,” says Wade DeBoo, Regional Manager of TD&H. “As engineers, we need to support programs like these that are growing our field, and show students that there are good engineering opportunities right here in Montana,” says DeBoo.

The TD&H scholarship recipient must be a full-time student enrolled in the 1+3 Engineering Transfer Option, possess a GPA of at least a 3.0 out of 4.0 and be a Montana resident.

“The generous investment that TD&H has committed is a testament not only to the need for engineers, but also the need for the 1+3 Engineering Program we have here at Great Falls MSU,” says Lew Card, Executive Director—Development, Communications & Marketing. “By supporting this endowment, TD&H is not only investing in engineering, but also the educational success of our students and communities,” said Card.

The College continually seeks new scholarship opportunities. Investing in endowments creates annual scholarships in perpetuity, which extends ongoing opportunities for students to pursue and achieve their goals.

Great Falls College MSU fosters the success of its students and their communities through innovative, flexible learning opportunities for people of all ages, backgrounds, and aspirations resulting in self-fulfillment and competitiveness in an increasingly global society. Learn more at: www.gfcmsu.edu



Posted on February 26, 2015

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