The Architectural Woodwork Institute Education Foundation (AWIEF)
To support education and training for careers in the architectural woodwork industry.
To identify, cultivate and deliver resources that provide opportunities for education and professional development in the architectural woodwork industry.
Goal No. 1
To grow industry shareholders by creating a renewing and viable workforce.
Goal No. 2
To provide resources that foster education and training opportunities.
Goal No. 3
To maintain a financially sustainable foundation providing a means for contribution, support and legacy.
The AWIEF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that seeks to identify resources that provide opportunities for education and professional development in the architectural woodwork industry.
By building individual and industry relations with accredited woodwork training programs, the AWIEF provides guidelines for candidates to qualify for financial scholarships. We ask for your support of the Foundation's Scholarship Program and encourage you to take an active part in the development of our industry's future woodwork force.
The AWIEF is a 501(c)(3) public charity, non-profit foundation. If you would like to donate to this foundation you may mail you donations to:
AWI Education Foundation
46179 Westlake Drive Ste 120
Potomac Falls, VA 20165-5874
Attn: Philip Duvic
Direct Line: 571-323-3621
Together we can build a viable workforce for our future.
Contact Philip Duvic at the Architectural Woodwork Institute to learn more about how you can be part of the Foundation's vision, mission and goals. 571-323-3621 or email@example.com
AWI Education Foundation Board of Directors
President & Treasurer
Dave Nadolski, CFO
A.J. Pietsch Company
Duane Griffiths, Manager of Educational Services
Grand Rapids, MI
Philip Duvic, Executive Vice President
Architectural Woodwork Institute
Potomac Falls, VA
Robert L. Stout, President
RLS Commercial Interiors
William Geyer, Assistant Professor
Building Construction Technology
Pennsylvania College of Technology