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PCCA Journal - Q2 - Available Online
The latest edition of the PCCA Journal is in the mail but you can avoid the wait by reading it online.
Featured articles include a look at the 2017 PCCA Convention in Puerto Rico, a story about the first scholarships awarded by the PCCA Education & Research Foundation, an in-depth look Inside Washington and more.
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PCCA Announces First Scholarship Recipients
During the 2017 PCCA Convention in Puerto Rico, the PCCA Education & Research Foundation announced the first recipients of the newly created PCCA scholarships. PCCA received 22 applications representing nine PCCA member companies by the March 1 deadline.
The three PCCA scholarship recipients for the 2017–2018 academic year:
• Adriana Berríos González, Caguas, P.R. (Bonneville Contracting & Technology Group, Inc.)
• Makayla Mattson, St. Charles, Ill. (Digital Control, Inc.)
• Marlee Caldwell, Jonesburg, Mo. (Sellenriek Construction)
PCCA 72nd Annual Convention Review
Photos from the 2017 convention are now available in the Members Only area of the PCCA website. Login and look under the Members Only menu for the Photo Gallery link.
If you missed one of the sessions, read it here. Convention Presentations are also available in the Members Only area of this site. Look for the Education link after you've logged in.
Hall of Fame
View the latest PCCA Hall of Fame Inductees - announced at the convention.
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PCCA Congratulates New FCC Chairman Ajit Pai
Alexandria, VA—The Power & Communication Contractors Association congratulates FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai on being appointed as the new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission by President Donald Trump.
Members of PCCA's Government & Industry Affairs Committee heard Pai speak at an NTCA event last year and recognized him as a formidable ally for our association. "We were very impressed," said PCCA President Todd Myers. He's from rural Kansas, and we realized right away that he wasn't talking like many of the people we meet in D.C. He's a straight shooter, extremely knowledgeable, and a great supporter of rural broadband. PCCA looks forward to working with Commissioner Pai and his team to reform FCC funding programs to better deploy broadband through a stronger fiber network."