Housing First Minnesota
2020-2021 Scholarships

Housing First Minnesota and the Housing First Minnesota Foundation have worked to support future members of the construction workforce through their scholarship program. The scholarships will help further their education and career goals within the residential homebuilding industry. $100,000 has been awarded in scholarships since 2014!


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or 651-697-7584


2020-2021 Scholarship Recipients

  • Emmett Bartyzal - Minnesota State University - Mankato, Construction Management
  • Willard Burgess - Alexandria Technical & Community College, Residential Carpentry
  • Dalton Burns - Dakota County Technical College, Construction Management
  • Jack Flaherty - University of Wisconsin-Stout, Construction Management
  • Nathan Galles - Alexandria Technical & Community College, General Carpentry
  • Ryan Gray - Lake Superior College, Commercial & Residential Wiring
  • Tanner Klimek - Minnesota State and Community Technical College, Electrical Technology
  • Delanie Lafave - Alexandria Technical & Community College, Carpentry
  • Nicolas Lanham - St. Cloud Technical College, Electrical Construction and Maintenance
  • Mason Mock - Northland Community and Technical College, HVAC/Plumbing
  • Ethan Scharzrock - Ridgewater College, Carpentry Framing
  • Joshua Schert - Anoka Technical College, Construction Electrician
  • Noah Schleske - North Dakota State University, Construction Management
  • Olivia Svensson - Hennepin Technical College, Carpentry
  • Cindy Wuddah - Minnesota State University – Mankato, Construction Project Management
  • Jacob Zander - Anoka Technical College

For more information on the recipients, please click here to read our blog post >>
Housing First Minnesota

2960 Centre Pointe Drive
Roseville, MN 55113


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Our Mission

As the leading voice for builders and remodelers, we help our members build their businesses through marketing, advocacy and industry connections.

Our Vision

To be as vital in government and politics as we are to Minnesota’s economy.