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CTF Endowed Hveem Memorial Scholarship

At CTF our mission is simple. We recognize the best and brightest in our industry with our Annual CTF Transportation Awards program. We remember those who have given all in service to the people of California, providing funding to workers and their families in their time of need. And we educate the future of our profession through scholarships, educational programs, mentoring, and internships. 

We would greatly appreciate a donation of $10 or more to help fund the CTF Endowed Hveem Memorial Scholarship!

Background Information:

The Francis N. Hveem Memorial Scholarship is named for the late Mr. Francis N. Hveem, the former State Materials Engineer and Chief of the Materials and Research Laboratory. The Transportation Laboratory often referred to as the TransLab, has been reorganized several times since Mr. Hveem retired and is now composed of the Materials Engineering and Testing Services (METS).  Mr. Hveem was a civil engineer specializing in materials. His contributions to highway engineering have been known worldwide and helped guide the TransLab to international renown. The scholarship fund was initially established by a generous bequest from the Hveem family and contributions by TransLab employees. The fund is regularly augmented through donations and fundraisers to ensure that scholarships may continue to be awarded. For further details, please see weblink below.