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ASPMA Scholarship Awards

Arkansas School Plant Management Association

 Scholarship Program

 

 

The Arkansas School Plant Management Association (ASPMA) seeks to promote continued education by offering scholarships to deserving students in recognition of their leadership, scholastic achievement, and civic participation. Any graduating high school senior planning to attend a College/University, Vocational-Technical, or Trade School is eligible to apply.


ASPMA awards up to $10,000 annually in increments ranging from $1000 to $5000 based on the Scholarship Committee’s evaluation of selection criteria.  Scholarships are eligible for renewal when funds are available.   


To be considered applicants must have a 3.0 G.P.A. or better and at least a 19 on the ACT.  The following information must be sent (faxed) to the AAEA office or postmarked by April 1 of the application year:   


  1. Completed application (applications should be typed and must include  administrator/counselor, student and guardian signatures )

  2. Essay – “What Receiving the ASPMA Scholarship Will Mean to Me”

  3. Two letters of recommendation from an administrator, counselor and/or teacher of the current high school, attesting to the applicant’s character and expressing why they deserve to be considered for the ASPMA Scholarship.

 

 

Click here to access the ASPMA scholarship application.

 

 

ASPMA Scholarship Program ASPMA Scholarship Program contacts:

 

Fax to:

(501) 372-2807

 

Mail to:

AAEA

219 South Victory

Little Rock, AR 72201

 

The National School Plant Management Association 

Scholarship Award

 

The National School Plant Management Association seeks to assist qualified students who are continuing their education by offering scholarships to those pursuing an Associates or Bachelor degree.

 

Any graduating high school senior, college freshman, sophomore, or junior is eligible to apply for a scholarship.  A total of $4,000 has been budgeted through the Scholarship Trust Fund for individuals based on the selection criteria (financial need, academic achievement, co-curricular participation, community service, and essay response).  The individual scholarships may range from $500 up to $1,500 depending on candidate interest, evaluation results, and upon recommendation from the Scholarship Committee. Deadline for applications is April 15.

Click here to access the NSPMA scholarship application. 

 

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