The Construction Workforce Foundation: Building the Workforce of Tomorrow
The Construction Workforce Foundation of Colorado (CWFC) is a 501(c)(3)
organization that promotes, educates and trains the Municipal Utility, Heavy
Civil and Highway Construction workforce of tomorrow through scholarships,
education and industry promotion.
CWFC accomplishes this by:
- Awarding Scholarships to
students in their junior and/or senior year of study following a
construction curriculum at Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State
University-Ft. Collins, Colorado State University-Pueblo, University Of
Colorado-Boulder, Mesa State University and some technical schools.
- Presenting seminars to
upgrade the skills and knowledge of current employees, providing the latest
technical, managerial and safety information available.
- Improve the image of
construction as a “Career of Choice”.
Every year, CWFC awards a number of academic scholarships to college students
completing their junior and/or senior year of study in a construction curriculum
at one of the following college and universities:
- Colorado School of Mines
- Colorado State University (Fort Collins and Pueblo campus)
- University of Colorado – Boulder
- Mesa State University
- Select Technical Schools in Colorado
Click here to learn about scholarships.
Is there someone who has inspired you in your career and your life? You can
honor them by establishing a Lifelong Scholarship in their name or your
company’s name with the Construction Workforce Foundation of Colorado (CWFC).
Your donation will ensure you’re your Legacy Scholarships will be here today and
tomorrow. As a supporter and friend of the Construction Workforce Foundation
your contribution has a positive, measurable and continuing impact on the
The Construction Workforce Foundation of Colorado is a 501(c)(3) charitable
foundation and contributions are tax deductible.
For more information, contact Randy Drennen, Director of Contractor Liaison Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or (303) 290-6611 ext 14.