Missouri Chapter & St. Louis Branch Scholars ....

The Missouri Chapter and St. Louis Branch APWA scholarship program is intended to recognize Missouri students who have excelled academically and personally, and who intend to enter the field of public works during their professional career. All scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit. Applicants must have permanent residence in the geographic boundary of the Missouri Chapter.  Scholarships may be used at any accredited technical school or technical college and any accredited college or university.

Scholarships will be paid in the fall semester after selection, upon confirmation of enrollment.

Applications must be submitted no later than April 1, 2019

Announcement of awards will be made no later than May 30, 2019. 

Missouri Chapter APWA Technology Scholarship.  The Missouri Chapter Technology Scholarship is awarded to a senior or graduate of a Missouri high school located within the geographic boundary of the Missouri Chapter, who plans to enter a technical school in a program leading to a career in Public Works, including the fields of construction technology, surveying, heavy equipment operation, parks, grounds, and building maintenance, fleet maintenance or related fields.  This $1,500 scholarship may be used at any accredited technical school or technical college.

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Missouri Chapter APWA Continuing Education Scholarship. The Missouri Chapter Continuing Education Scholarships are awarded to one graduate of a two-year program rising to a four-year school and one rising Sophomore or rising Junior at a four-year school that intends to continue at a four-year school, both to complete a degree in engineering, public administration or other public works related major.  Those individuals must have permanent residence located within the geographic boundary of the Missouri Chapter. This $1,500 scholarship may be used at any accredited college or university.

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Missouri Chapter APWA Professional Advancement Scholarship. The Missouri Chapter Professional Advancement Scholarship is a reimbursement of up to $500 awarded to a current APWA Missouri Chapter member in good standing whom participates in the APWA National's Emerging Leaders Academy program or the Certified Public Works Professional program (Supervisor or Manager). Reimbursable expenses include: registration fees, lodging and travel costs (airfare, rental car, and/or mileage at the current IRS rate). 

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St. Louis Branch APWA Ken Yost Memorial Scholarships.   The St. Louis Branch Ken Yost Memorial Scholarships are awarded annually to two Missouri High School seniors who plan to pursue a degree in a field leading to a career in Public Works including engineering, public administration or other related major.  Those individuals must have permanent residence located within the geographic boundary of the Missouri Chapter. These $1,500 scholarships may be used at any accredited college or university.

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For additional information on the scholarships and application forms, please visit the Missouri Chapter APWA website here or contact Mr. Lee Cannon, CBB at 314-878-5876 or lcannon@CBBTRAFFIC.com


2018 Scholarship Recipients

On Thursday, June 28, 2018, Mr. Lee Cannon, APWA Director for Awards and Historical of the Missouri Chapter APWA,  alongside of Ms. April Giesmann (St. Louis Branch President) and Ms. Anne Lamitola (Missouri Chapter APWA Vice President) presented the 2018 Missouri Chapter and St. Louis Branch APWA scholarships.  The St. Louis Branch scholarships are funded by the proceeds of the annual Ken Yost Memorial Golf Tournament.  The Missouri Chapter scholarships are funded by profits from the bi-annual conferences.  The scholarship committee included Tod Fagan, Steve Stumpf, Bill Schwer, John Collins, Eric Landwehr, Vijay Bhasin and Jeff Varughese.

The St. Louis Branch Ken Yost Memorial Scholarship is awarded annually to two Missouri High School seniors who plan to pursue a degree in a field leading to a career in Public Works including engineering, public administration or other related major.  These $1,500 scholarships may be used at any accredited college or university.  These scholarships were awarded to Ashley Abbott and Benjamin Schaefer.

The Missouri Chapter Continuing Education Scholarships are awarded to one graduate of a two-year program rising to a four-year school and one rising Sophomore or rising Junior at a four-year school that intends to continue at a four-year school, both to complete a degree in engineering, public administration or other public works related major.  Those individuals must have permanent residence located within the geographic boundary of the Missouri Chapter. This $1,500 scholarship may be used at any accredited college or university.  This scholarships were awarded to Ms. Ariel Farnsworth, Mr. Lane Harness and Ms. Erica Waelterman.  (Since there were no applicants for the Technology Scholarship, the Chapter decided to award an additional Continuing Education Scholarship.

Thank you to everyone that organized, volunteered, played and/or sponsored the 10h Annual Ken Yost Memorial Golf Tournament.

 

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