Ivey Engineering Awards $1,000 Scholarship to York College of Pennsylvania Sophomore Gregory Moser

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Moser is IEI's winter 2019 scholarship winner. He competed with more than 100 other college students and his winning essay discusses the pros and cons of tankless water heaters.

Gregory Moser is Ivey Engineering's sixth winner of the bi-annual essay scholarship contest.

Gregory Moser

I believe goal setting is extremely important. I want to help people reach their financial goals for retirement and saving for college. It would be rewarding to help open people's eyes to the investment opportunities available.

Ivey Engineering, Inc., (IEI), an engineering consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Gregory Moser of New Freedom, Pennsylvania, is the winner of the winter 2019 bi-annual scholarship essay contest. He is currently a sophomore at York College of Pennsylvania and is majoring in finance.

"Thank you so much for informing me of this terrific news and helping me to advance my education," says Moser, after finding out he won the scholarship.

Moser chose the finance field due to his interest in investing and money management.

"I find great satisfaction in helping people and organizations meet their financial goals through proper money management," he says.

Moser competed with more than 100 other college students from the United States and Canada. Applicants were tasked to write an 800- to 1,000-word essay on one of three topics and were judged for creativity and originality. Moser's winning essay discusses the pros and cons of buying a tankless water heater. He mentions that two advantages of a tankless water heater are longevity and energy efficiency.

"Most tankless water heaters have a life expectancy of about 20 years, which is nearly double that of traditional tank water heaters, which only last 10 to 15 years," Moser explains in his essay. "Aside from their high life expectancy, tankless water heaters are also much more energy efficient than tank-based water heaters, as they use roughly 30 to 50 percent less power than their counterparts," he says.

"Gregory's essay is well written and backed up with supporting information," says Scott Friesen, president of IEI. "Based on the quality of his essay, you know Gregory spent considerable time doing research on the subject," he says.

Moser sees himself in the future graduating from college with a bachelor's degree in finance and working for a company that rewards him both financially and personally.

"I believe goal setting is extremely important," Moser says. "I want to help people reach their financial goals for retirement and saving for college. It would be rewarding to help open people's eyes to the investment opportunities available."

"We're impressed with Gregory's motivation and outlook for the future," Friesen says. "We know the value of a college education and wish the best for Gregory as he pursues his goals."

Any potential or current college or university undergraduate student within the United States or Canada is able to apply for the scholarship. The next deadline for essay submissions is May 1, 2020. For contest requirements or for more information about the scholarship, visit IEI's scholarship web page.

About Ivey Engineering
IEI is an expert witness and building systems consulting firm in San Diego, California. Established in 1994, IEI services clients in over 40 states and in several Canadian provinces. IEI's consultants have experience in the design, construction, service and repair of HVAC, plumbing and fire protection systems, as well as energy efficiency related issues. To read more about Ivey Engineering and its consulting services, visit the company’s website.

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