Ben Sporcic and Katelin Howe Win Turner Group Scholarships
The H. L. Turner Group (Turner Group) is pleased to announce the winners of its first-ever academic scholarships in architecture and engineering. Katelin Howe, a senior graduating from Bow High School, received $1,000 toward her degree in architecture, and Benjamin Sporcic, a senior graduating from Pembroke Academy, received $1,000 toward his degree in engineering. In addition to the monetary awards, Howe and Sporcic will both be invited to complete internships at The H. L. Turner Group during their college studies.
Howe became interested in architecture when she realized the field would empower her to use her skills in math, critical thinking, and design.
“I am most interested in creating plans for schools and residential buildings,” she says. “My hope is that as a licensed architect I will be able to work on different projects that will help my community, whether it is redesigning an old house or designing a new school.”
Sporcic first became interested in engineering when he discovered his love for math and physics.
“I am extremely excited to major in engineering,” says Sporcic. “My career goals are to design and build something revolutionary that can change the world. I aspire to make a difference.”
The Turner Group looks forward to following the growth of its first scholarship recipients, and to providing continued mentorship to Howe and Sporcic in the years to come.