The APA Foundation assists students by providing educational financing and paid internships in recovery and rebuilding efforts.
The goals of these scholarships are to make the planning profession more accessible to individuals with limited means and to attract the best, brightest, and most talented individuals to the planning profession. By providing scholarships to students of great merit and from historically underrepresented groups we make our profession more representative of — and therefore more responsive to — the diverse communities it serves.
Below are examples of scholarships supported by the APA Foundation's Scholarships Initiative.
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Judith McManus Price Scholarship
The Judith McManus Price Scholarship serves to help women and minority students enter the field of planning.
Charles Abrams Scholarship
The Charles Abrams Scholarship is awarded to students intending to pursue planning careers and able to demonstrate financial need.
Donate to APA Foundation Scholarships
The APA Foundation awards scholarships to make the planning profession more diverse and accessible to those of limited means. If you are interested in investing in future planners, donate to scholarships or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.