ADM Group, Inc. has partnered with AZEdNews, a service of Arizona School Boards Association, to offer Arizona public school seniors an opportunity to win $500 scholarships to kickstart their careers with training at college-level institutions, vocational schools and trade schools of their choice.
“2020 has been very challenging, due to the pandemic. What we are experiencing each and every day is one of the most unusual events of our lives,” said Ben Barcon, principal of ADM Group, Inc.
“In the meantime, students are still graduating from high school and planning on attending college or receiving career training,” Barcon said.
“ADM Group and our business partners want to help these young adults as they transition into adulthood, during one of the most challenging times in history,” Barcon said.
ADM Group, Inc. is the largest minority-owned architecture and interior design firm in Arizona.
“For over 27 years we have been listening to our clients and partnering with the community to develop long-term relationships, cultivate innovation, and exceed expectations,” Barcon said.
“We specialize in educational design and offer services for new buildings, campus renovations, school additions and safety/security upgrades,” Barcon said
ADM Group is committed to making a positive difference in the communities it serves.
“Our dedication to excellence and innovation extends beyond design and construction,” Barcon said. “We are always looking for ways to impact the community, beyond the day-to-day rigors of work.”
“The opportunity to partner on these scholarships is a small way for us to give graduates hope for the future,” Barcon said.
ADM Group has developed a reputation for embracing architectural design that inspires the students and educators who interact with the environment.
“We pride ourselves on being champions for creative spaces that are designed for the future, but also conscientious of function and budget, Barcon said.
A few award-winning, state-of-the-art facilities ADM Group, Inc. has designed include West Point High School, Phoenix Coding Academy, Madison Center for Performing Arts, and The Academies at South Mountain.
“We are dedicated to collaborating with our clients to design spaces that help educate the whole child,” Barcon said.