about the Foundation
The NAWIC Philadelphia Foundation is the vision of NAWIC Philadelphia members and local industry, civic, and educational leaders to promote careers in the construction, design, and engineering environment to students at all levels.
At the university level we offer many opportunities for young women to get involved in NAWIC, MyWIC, and the construction industry. First, through our Eleanor Buckley Scholarship, we are able to support young women who have a strong interest in pursuing a career in the construction industry at the university and college level. Also, young women at the university/college level are encouraged to apply to intern with us at our 2019 MyWIC camp. This internship is a great opportunity for young women in STEM or construction management courses that are looking to help secondary student find their career passion.
MyWIC, Mentoring young Women in Construction, is a summer program for middle and high school girls in the Philadelphia area to learn about opportunities in the construction industry. Through this program young women will be exposed to opportunities in engineering, construction management, architecture, and the trades, while touring job sites and making connections within the industry. Through this program, we hope young women gain a stronger interest in the field of construction that leads them to pursue a career in the male dominated industry.
We start our outreach to install interest in the construction industry at an early age with our Block Kids program. The Block Kids Building Competition is a national event that starts with competitions at the local level. It is open to all students in Kindergarten through 6th grade.
2021 Donation goal - all events
Help us support young women entering the construction industry at the university, secondary, and primary level!
2021 Donation Goal