The PSHRA NC Scholarship Program establishes opportunities to assist chapter members in their professional development. Scholarships will be awarded based on the financial needs of the employing organization and other criteria.
Scholarship Applicant Qualifications and Criteria
Undergraduate /Graduate Scholarship Description and Procedures
This scholarship was established in honor of Dr. Donald L. Hayman and provides funding for up to two courses per year in human resource management or public administration as follows:
Municipal/County Administration Scholarship Description and Procedures
This scholarship was established in honor of Jake Wicker and provides funding as follows:
IPMA-SCP and IPMA-CP Certifications Scholarship Description
This scholarship will provide payment to cover the cost of the competency training class registration, depending on the availability of funds and number of applicants
PSHRA NC Annual Conference Scholarship Description
This scholarship will provide payment to cover the cost of the annual conference registration, depending on the availability of funds and the number of applicants. Conference may be held in person or virtual.
Scholarship applications are available on NC PSHRA’s website at www.nc-ipma.org under the Scholarship heading. Click on the Scholarship Application link below and print. Complete the application and email to the Scholarship Committee Chair, Christie Langley firstname.lastname@example.org
How the Scholarship Program Works
The Scholarship Committee will collect applications until January 15th of each year. Any applications received after January 15th will be considered for the next year. The Scholarship Committee will review the applications and based on the criteria will nominate no more than 3 for each education scholarship to the Board based on available funding. The nominations will be presented to the Board of Directors at the February Board meeting. The Chapter’s Board of Directors has final approval of scholarships to be awarded. The chairperson will notify the selected candidate(s) of conditional approval of their applications. Scholarship recipients will be announced at the annual NC PSHRA spring conference.
The Scholarship Committee
The Scholarship Committee will consist of a chair, appointed by, and approved by the PSHRA NC Board. In addition to the chair, the scholarship committee should ideally have 2-4 volunteer members. The chair and volunteer members are expected to serve at least one 12-month term, but the chair and volunteer members may elect to serve as long as they desire as there are no term limits. If volunteer members wish to no longer serve, the chair should be notified verbally or in writing. If the chair no longer wishes to serve, the PSHRA NC current President and/or Board should be notified verbally or in writing.
For more information or details, please contact Christie Langley email@example.com