Pulte awarded $60,000 through the 2019 Pulte Build Your Future Scholarship fund! The scholarship fund was created to assist in addressing the pressing need for educating and training managers in the building industry. The vision and mission of this program is to establish a permanent source of scholarship funding to help students nationwide achieve their career goals. Applicants must be persuing a homebuilding-related field such as construction management, residential building, construction, technology, or any of the trade specialties (HVAC, Plumbing, Electrician)

2019 Pulte Build Your Future Scholarship Highlights:

  • $60,000 awarded this year
  • 18 scholarship recipients
  • Among the recipients are graduating high school seniors, students in college undergraduate, graduate and technical school programs, and individuals with a relationship to PulteGroup, including current employees.
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