Bricks and mortar can build a lot of things including walls, bridges and buildings to name a few. But in the case of the Shaping the Future Scholarship Brick Program, bricks and mortar will be paving a path to brighter futures through scholarships for students in the College of Education and Human Development.
In the Spring of 2007, the first four $500 scholarships from this new program were awarded to students in each of the college's four departments.
Russell Lambert, '07 is a human resource development major in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development. His life was made just a little easier through this scholarship. "Thank you so much. This is really a special event to be taking part in, and I hope that one day I can do the same for another Aggie in need," said Russell.
You can help pave a path to a brighter future for students in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development. while honoring former students, faculty, family or friends by purchasing an engraved brick through the Shaping the Future Scholarship Brick Program.
Engraved bricks will be installed around the Shaping the Future Sculpture in Education Plaza. To learn how you can order an engraved brick and help create scholarships for deserving students, visit the college Web site at http://www.cehd.tamu.edu/ and click on "Order an Engraved Brick" or contact Diane Oswald at 979-845-5355 or email@example.com.