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Applications for Scholarship Awards Now Being Accepted

The PASAE Foundation is proud to announce the availability of 2023 scholarship funds. Since 2011, the PASAE Foundation has awarded nearly $8000 in scholarships to 20 individuals.

The Foundation awards scholarships each year to individuals seeking to grow their knowledge in the association management profession or pursuing an association-related credential or continuing education. This includes educational course costs associated with professional certifications such as Certified Association Executive (CAE) and Certified Meeting Planner (CMP).


The scholarships can be used to support PASAE member participation in programs such as PASAE's Connections Conference, CAE study courses, any/all Taste of Success programs, and other educational programs.


Scholarship awards can be up to $500.


Applications are judged based on pertinence of education/training to association management profession, as well as the level of involvement and activities with community or professional organizations. Priority is given to new applicants, PASAE members, and individuals working towards a credential.


A limited number of scholarships are available and vary each year. To be considered for a scholarship award, individuals must have a minimum of one year of association experience and be willing to serve on a PASAE Foundation or PASAE committee if chosen as a scholarship recipient.


Scholarship awards must be used in the year designated or the award will be forfeited.


To apply, visit https://www.pasaefoundation.org/scholarship-application. Any applications to be considered for the next round must be received no later than October 31, 2023. Questions can be directed to foundationofpasae@gmail.com.

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