Inside Halff 08-21-2018
The Greater Dallas Section of the Texas District of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (TexITE) recently awarded a scholarship to Halff intern Mynor Jacome for the second consecutive year. Mynor was one of two recipients to receive the highest scholarship award amount.
Applicants for the TexITE scholarship must be a STEM major, and preference is given to students with a degree in the transportation industry.
“I would like to thank Transportation Practice Leader Matt Craig for informing me about the scholarship,” said Mynor. “He is a great boss and friend. Of course, I also want to thank Halff. Each employee here makes me feel welcomed, and the company’s culture encourages me to grow professionally. My dream is to improve the transportation industry across the United States, and I know I am receiving the best guidance with the transportation team here at Halff.”
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