Current APWA-NC members from both public and private sectors who have NOT previously attended PWX are eligible to apply for a $2,000 stipend to attend the APWA PWX. Current board members are not eligible; however, committee members are eligible. Additional consideration will be given to employees of municipalities with a population of 50,000 or less. Applicants must have approval from their organization to support their attendance.
Stipend winners will be expected to share their experience attending PWX upon their return. This will include writing an article for the newsletter and presenting at a conference or a quarterly meet and greet. In addition, stipend winners will be asked to serve on the annual conference committee for the following year.Submitted documents will not be returned. The application is open from the posting on the Chapter’s website until the deadline of June 15th. The successful applicant will be notified by the end of July.
This scholarship is open to all current employees of municipalities, who are current APWA-NC
Submitted documents will not be returned. The application is open from the posting on the Chapter’s website until the deadline of May 15th. The successful applicant will be notified by the end of May. The Chapter will work with the recipient, their organization and the North Carolina School of Government to complete the course registration. The class calendar is online at https://www.sog.unc.edu/courses/municipal-and-county-administration.
Employees in the public works field are invited to apply for a reimbursable scholarship up to $2,000 to be awarded by the North Carolina Chapter of the American Public Works Association (APWA). Must be an employee in a public works field. Must obtain a minimum of a “B” grade average, and have taken the class in the prior/current school year in order to be reimbursed and not be eligible for reimbursement from another source.
Completed applications and transcripts must be submitted by May 15th. No late applications will be accepted.
All questions about scholarships should be directed to:
Rick Sanderson and Mae Bryant