The High School Senior and Second Chance Contests have ended. AFSA is proud of the success of both of these contests. Since the program’s creation in 1996, AFSA’s contests have sought to promote the scholarship outside of the fire sprinkler industry in the hope of reaching students who may otherwise never have recognized the importance of automatic fire protection.
AFSA’s Public Education & Awareness Committee has voted to redirect focus to a program that will assist individuals interested in a design career in the fire protection industry.
The new program will aim to recruit and train beginning fire sprinkler system designers by awarding scholarships to attend AFSA’s Beginning Design School. The application, eligibility requirements, and other details will be available in the coming months.
2021 – 2022 High School Scholarship
- Tasfique Ahmed, Tamarc, FL
- Jessie Gibbins, Loveland, OH
- Mackenzie Heuszel, Oologah, OK
- Alexandra Kruzel, Boulder, CO
- Sonya Ortiz, Katy, TX
- Ronan Piontek, Wauwatosa, WI
- Lin Rayes, West Bloomfield, MI
- Abigail Vacca, Somerset, KY
- Zachary Vinitski, Lansdale, PA
- Jasmine Wong, Nacogdoches, TX
2022 2nd Chance Scholarship Contest Winners
- David Jones, Kaysville, Utah
- Kristie Brock, Petersburgh, New York
- Erika Walker, Bakersfield, California
- Javier Cardenas, Garland, Texas
- Kassidy Richardson, Boise, Idaho