We understand the importance of showing the next generation the rewarding career opportunities in the field of higher education facility management.
Student Attendance Scholarships
Each year, FLAPPA offers a variety of scholarships to help facilities professionals attend our annual conference. We value broad-based participation in our conference and are committed to providing as much assistance as we can to keep registration fees from serving as a barrier to conference attendance.
FLAPPA is pleased to offer the inaugural Student Attendance Scholarships to attend the annual FLAPPA Educational Conference. We understand the importance of showing the next generation the rewarding career opportunities in the field of higher education facilities management.
What the Scholarship Covers
The scholarship covers conference registration (including all events and sessions) and provides up to $300 reimbursement for travel costs. Recipients must submit an expense report with receipts after the close of the conference to receive travel reimbursement.
Who’s Eligible to Apply?
Any student currently enrolled in a Florida University or College (public or private) that is a member of Florida Chapter of APPA
Host institution students are encouraged to apply.
Who is NOT Eligible?
Non-students and full-time employees of FLAPPA institutions (Member Institution Scholarship Information)
The scholarship must be used for the 2020 FLAPPA Educational Conference. The online application form must be completed to be considered for a scholarship.
How to Apply
Complete the form below.
Scholarship applications for the 2020 FLAPPA Educational Conference are due by January 3rd, 2020. Recipients will be notified by January 10, 2020.
Expectations of Scholarship Recipients
If selected for an award, applicants must confirm their ability to attend the event. They must be willing to sign a release form so they can be featured in FLAPPA communications. Scholarship winners also will be expected to provide a follow-up interview with a FLAPPA board member or attend a FLAPPA board meeting to discuss their experiences and share what they learned.