ENGINEERS MAKE A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE.

Fundraising

The only source of financial support for scholarship awards given to students and other activities carried out by SJEC is contributions from Engineers, businesses, contractors, individuals, and allied professionals.

General Scholarship Fund

In 2019, over $18,600 was contributed toward the Scholarship Fund. Following is a list of contributors:

  • American Council of Engineering Companies Sierra Chapter
  • American Public Works Association Sacramento Chapter
  • American Society of Civil Engineers Central Valley Branch
  • Professional Engineers In California Government Stockton Section
  • Camilla Saviz
  • Modesto Engineers Club
  • Kjeldsen Sinnock & Neudeck Inc.
  • Knife River Construction
  • Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering, Inc.
  • Briight View Landscape & Tree Service

  • SNG & Associates, Inc.

  • N. O. Anderson & Associates, a Terracon Co.
  • Siegfried Engineering Inc.
  • Warren Doug Noteware
  • Global Investment & Development, LLC
  • Oliver John
  • Inventive Resolurces Products
  • West Yost Associates
  • Clark Pacific Foundation
  • Robert Anders
  • BSK Associates Engineers & Laboratories
  • Ronald Heinzen
  • Ahmad Haya
  • Bobby Biffel
  • Denzle Thompson
  • Gary Martin
  • Gary Tsutsumi
  • George Djan
  • Henry Hirata
  • Jack Ronsko
  • James Morgali
  • Robert E. Hamernik
  • Scott Larwood
  • Thomas Rut
  • Judith Betthe Communications
  • Harpal Singh
  • Kenneth Steele
  • Said Shakerin
  • Zachary Wong
  • Nader Shareghi
  • Austin Nejad
  • Kenneth Moeckel

Wilson/Sanguinetti Endowment Fund Sponsors

The Wilson/Sanguinetti Endowment was established in the honor and memory of Doug Wilson and Al Sanguinetti. Both of these men played a major role in the Engineering community in Stockton. The purpose of the fund is to serve as a perpetual source of scholarships. The Endowment is still in the building phase.

In 2019, the following businesses and individuals made $1,250 in total contributions to the Wilson/Sanguinetti endowment fund:

  • Helmut Haas
  • Miller Keplinger
  • Kjeldsen Sinnock & Neudeck Inc.
  • Harpal Singh
  • Camilla Saviz
  • Silent Auction & Raffle

Wilson/Sanguinetti Scholarship Sponsors

In 2019, the following businesses and individuals made $80 in total contributions to the Wilson/Sanguinetti scholarship fund:

  • Loretta (Douglas) Wilson
  • Miller Keplinger
  • Helmut Haas
  • Kjeldsen Sinnock & Neudeck Inc.
  • Harpal Singh
  • Nader Shareghi
  • Camilla Saviz
  • Paul Sensibaugh

Robert Skaggs Memorial Scholarship Sponsors

In 2019, the following businesses and individuals made $1,830 in total contributions to the Robert Skaggs memorial scholarship:

  • Skaggs Family Trust
  • Gary Litton
  • Evangelina Paoluccio
  • Kenneth Steele
  • Kjeldsen Sinnock & Neudeck Inc.
  • Nader Shareghi
  • Camilla Saviz
  • Harpal Singh

UOP Paul M. Sensibaugh Endowment Fund Sponsors

The Paul M. Sensibaugh Endowment was established through the University Of Pacific to fund scholarships at the University. The fund is still in the building phase.

In 2019, the following businesses and individuals made $685 in total contributions to the Paul Sensibaugh endowment fund:

  • Manuel Lopez
  • Ahmad Haya
  • Gary Litton
  • Robert E. Hamernik
  • Kjeldsen Sinnock & Neudeck Inc.
  • Nader Shareghi
  • Camilla Saviz
  • Harpal Singh

Contributions data as of 3/2/2019.

Silent Auction & Raffle

Each year a silent auction and raffle are held to raise funds for the Wilson/Sanguinetti Endowment.  SJEC wishes to tank the following contributors:

  • La alteña Market of Manteca- Fine Wines
  • Nader Shareghi - Fine Wines
     
  • West Yost - Gift card for Mondavi Center
  • West Yost - Gift card for Paesanoz Dining
  • Bob Hamernik - Water Color Paintings

  • Larry Test - Water Color Paintings

  • Inventive Resources - Almond Gift Basket
  • SOECS - Pacific Gift Basket

  • Drake Haglan - Kindle Fire
  • Drake Haglan - Go Pro Hero 7
  • Paul Sensibaugh - Gift Basket

Donate

      The only source of financial support for scholarship awards given to students and the other activities carried out by SJEC is contributions from Engineering Societies, Engineering firms, engineers, businesses, contractors, individuals, and allied professionals.

     The San Joaquin Engineers Council is a 501 C(3) Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation organized under the Federal and State Laws.
Our California Corporation No. is 1998216 and our California Registry of Charitable Trust No. is 105475. Contributions to the San Joaquin Engineers Council may be tax deductible, check .with your tax professional for deductibility questions

     Following is a list of the various funds into which one may contribute:

General Scholarship Fund

     The General Scholarship Fund provides six to eight  scholarships annually.  The current (2019) value of a scholarship is  $2,000.  Additionally, other activities of SJEC such as MathCounts competitions and Delta College Engineering Tech Day activities are funded from the General Scholarship Fund

     There are four classes of General Fund sponsors:
               Angel - A donation of $1,000 or more,
               Sponsor - A donation of $500 to $999,
               Benefactor - A donation of $250 to $499,
               Patron - A donation of $100-$249,
               Friend - donation of $1-$99.

Wilson/Sanguinetti Endowment

     The Wilson/Sanguinetti Endowment was established 2001 to honor the memories of Doug Wilson and Albert Sanguinetti. Both of these men were Civil Engineers and played a major role in the Engineering community in Stockton. The purpose of the Endowment is to serve as a perpetual source of funds scholarships. The Endowment is still in the building phase and all funds contributed will be reinvested until the proceeds of the Fund can provide for one scholarship..

Wilson/Sanguinetti Scholarship

     The Wilson/Sanguinetti scholarship provides one scholarship in the names of Wilson and Sanguinetti until the Endowment reaches  it's target earnings..

Robert Skaggs Memorial Scholarship

     The Robert Skaggs Memorial scholarship was established by the Skaggs Family Trust in honor of Robert Skaggs a Geotechnical Engineer.

UOP Paul M. Sensibaugh Endowment

     The Paul M. Sensibaugh Endowment was established by the University Of Pacific to fund scholarships at the University. This fund is managed and administered by the University of the Pacific.  SJEC collects funds for the Paul M. Sensibaugh Endowment during it fund raising drive in January-March of each year.  The selection of individuals and amounts awarded is made by Paul Sensibaugh and the University of Pacific.

How To Donate

     Please use this form to make donations: Donation Form