AAMA launches Facebook page for Scholarship and Partner Program

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) announced the launch of its Facebook page for the AAMA Scholarship Program and Partner Program.

The Facebook page will be a resource for AAMA members and prospective applicants to receive exclusive information regarding both programs.    

To access the page, search “AAMA Scholarship Program” on Facebook or visit www.facebook.com/AAMAScholarshipProgram.

“The Facebook page dedicated to both AAMA’s Scholarship Program and Partner Program will be an excellent resource for information regarding the application process and deadline, in addition to current and previous years’ award winners,” says Janice Yglesias, AAMA's association services director. “The page will also provide another avenue for AAMA to stay connected with our members, as well as prospective applicants and previous years’ award winners. AAMA members are encouraged to like our Facebook page and share our information on their companies’ social media channels so that even more applicants take advantage of this opportunity to build the future of our industry.”

The Facebook launch is the third phase in establishing AAMA’s social networking presence, following the development of two discussion groups on LinkedIn® and launch of AAMA’s Twitter account last year. Additionally, AAMA’s blog, “Member Edge,” is dedicated to the benefits of AAMA membership, which includes the AAMA Scholarship and Partner Program.

About AAMA’s Scholarship Program and Partner Program

In 2001, AAMA announced the launch of its annual Scholarship Program in support of education to create a candidate pool of future fenestration industry employees. The program offers at least three $2,000 one-time awards each year and is available to children of AAMA member company employees.

In 2003, AAMA launched the Partner Program, which allows AAMA member companies to offer a scholarship program to their own employees with minimal administrative investment.

The application deadline for both programs is April 1 and winners will be announced at the AAMA Summer Conference to be held June 9-12 in Rosemont, Ill.

More Information

For more information on AAMA’s Scholarship Program and Partner Program, visit www.aamanet.org/scholarship or contact Jannine Klemencic, AAMA's association services assistant.


600450 AAMA launches Facebook page for Scholarship and Partner Program glassonweb.com

See more news about:

Others also read

Low-Carbon Economy By 2050: EU’s Vision Of A Modern, Clean And Competitive Economy
On 10-11 July, Glass for Europe participated in the European Commission’s stakeholder consultation event on the EU’s long-term strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and achieving competitive low-carbon economy by 2050.
Amal Clooney
Clooney will speak at the Opening Plenary on Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 9-10 a.m. at the LEED-certified McCormick Place Convention Center.
At the glasstec the ConvectLam2 laminates flat glass in demo mode
LiSEC presents its product innovations at glasstec, which focus on the areas of glass cutting, glass processing, flat glass lamination, and insulating glass production.
GPD 2019 call for papers is now open
The main focus of the Glass Performance Days 2019 is smart cities (smart buildings and glazing) and smart factories.
First A+W Clarity User Conference is well-received by software users
For the first time the A+W Clarity User Conference Europe took place in Niedernhausen near Wiesbaden at the beginning of June.
engineered transparency 2018
The organising committee, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Schneider (Technische Universität Darmstadt) and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Weller (Technische Universität Dresden), are inviting to this year’s » engineered transparency « conference on the 25th and 26th of October in Dusseldorf.

Add new comment