Temu receives Kramer Ausenco engineering scholarship

Youth & Careers

Puri Temu is the awardee of the Kramer Ausenco and University of Technology (Unitech) engineering scholarship this year.
Kramer Ausenco offers the scholarship to fourth-year engineering students Unitech in Lae.
Temu, 21, from Kapari-Viriolo in Abau, Central, is studying for a bachelor of civil engineering and plans to pursue a career as a professional civil/structural engineer.
“I would like to work with Kramer Ausenco after I graduate with my bachelor’s degree to develop myself as a well-versed civil and structural engineer,” he said.
“I also want to pursue a master’s degree, and a PhD in earthquake and structural dynamics, and use my expertise to contribute to the company and the country.
“I thank Kramer Ausenco for the opportunity to help me achieve these goals.”
Rovaly Sike, Kramer Ausenco regional manager-PNG and Solomon Islands, congratulated Temu on his success.
“Kramer Ausenco believes in the values of employee excellence and empowerment, which include recognition and growth,” he said.
“We also focus on delivering global solutions in the Pacific.
“The scholarship recognises Temu’s potential to grow in the industry, gain world-class knowledge and experience, and use that know-how and skill to give back to the region and PNG as Kramer Ausenco has over 40 years.”
He thanked Unitech for the partnership which allows a Papua New Guinean engineering firm to participate in the training of Papua New Guinean engineers.
Temu is the third recipient of the annual scholarship which was introduced in 2017.
Kramer Ausenco rewards a high performer among the third-year engineering students by sponsoring his or her fourth year at the university.
Selection was not based only on grades but applicant’s character and attitude were also considered as the company aims to build wholesome individuals.