SCMEF board members serve with a select group of people committed to supporting educational excellence for the construction management industry. They do this by promoting student learning outcomes aligned with industry needs and expectations of the future workforce. Their support is measurable, tangible, and extremely valuable to the Sac State Construction Management program and our industry.
Since its 2003 inception, the SCMEF board has accomplished some amazing things!
1) Assisted the University in increasing the total number of graduates.
2) Helped finance the creation of the Construction Management program, ultimately allowing it to became its own department.
3) Played a crucial role in hiring additional full-time professors.
4) Awarded over $100,000 in scholarships.
5) Collaborated with local industry professionals to create a successful student competition model that has resulted in a winning legacy of success.
Board of Trustees
2019-2020 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Through a partnership with our colleagues in the construction industry, SCMEF will support and enhance Sacramento State’s goal to produce the most sought after Construction Management graduates in the industry.
SCMEF envisions Sacramento State’s Department of Construction as:
Having the best construction management education and college experience for students.
Having a practically orientated faculty, diverse in experience that is in tune with the most challenging needs of the construction industry.
Being a hub of innovation and applied research for the construction industry.
Having a SCMEF fund development plan that will support and sustain its mission.
Attracting the best and the brightest students.
Having a strong, engaged, and experienced SCMEF Board of Directors that represents the construction industry.
Giving Back: Industry Support for SCMEF
SCMEF works diligently to engage industry partners in the CM program to provide a learning environment beyond the classroom by arranging job-site field trips, coaching student teams for the ASC Student Competition and providing internship opportunities for students during the summer.
Financial support from our industry partners ensures the CM program is able to continue to foster the development of individuals who are qualified beyond graduation to perform ethically, responsibly, and productively in management positions throughout the construction industry.