Engineered Models Corporation Endowed Scholarship Fund
The Engineered Models Corporation Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 1974 through the leadership of then president Clifford Dietz and his spouse, Paula Dietz, with the avowed intention that the Fund would become the largest corporately endowed scholarship in the history of Franklin College. In 1992, Mr. Dietz retired and sold the business, at which time the corporate entity became known as Enconco.
Applicants for the Engineered Models Corporation Endowed Scholarship must be full-time students at Franklin College making appropriate progress toward obtaining a degree. Applicants must demonstrate academic achievement, leadership potential and financial need. Preference will be given to the children of Enconco employees, its subsidiaries, officers and board members. The recipients will be determined by the financial aid office.