To support the education, personal development and advancement of facilities professionals, ERAPPA has established scholarships to help with the financial support for several APPA programs and the ERAPPA Annual Conference. The next application process for scholarships will open on or about April 1, 2017 and ends on September 1, 2017 (for scholarshps used during the 2018 calendar year). Applicants must be employed by ERAPPA member educational institutions.
1. ERAPPA Educational Scholarship
The ERAPPA Educational Scholarship covers the full tuition for any of the following APPA Educational Programs and up to a maximum of $2,500 related travel expenses:Institute for Facilities Management (any one of four tracks)
APPA's premier educational program is designed as a four-track course of study. The scholarship covers one of the following tracks:
- General Administration and Management
- Operations and Maintenance
- Energy and Utilities
- Planning, Design and Construction
Leadership Academy (any one of four tracks)
The purpose of The Leadership Academy is to enhance and further develop leadership throughout the educational industry. The scholarship covers one track (it is a four-track program).
Specifically designed to meet the needs of frontline facilities managers
APPAU Graduate Program
Launched in 2016, this is a program for graduates of either the Institute for Facilities Management or the Leadership Academy. The program content is designed to allow for conversational learning and provides participants a week of opportunity to network with colleagues.
2. ERAPPA Credentialing Scholarship - Click Here for news about ERAPPA's investment in your future and access to the APPA Credentialing Program for FREE!
3. ERAPPA Ambassador Scholarship - The application process for 2017 opens on or about April 1!
ERAPPA awards up to 10 Ambassador Scholarships annually. The scholarship covers the early bird registration fee for the ERAPPA Annual Conference for Institutional Members who meet the scholarship criteria. (Scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.)