The Small City Scholarship program assists small cities and towns that need financial assistance to attend AWC events. To be eligible, a city or town must have a population of 5,000 or less and have a financial need. The scholarship covers the cost of registration only. Scholarships are limited to one per city, per event, with up to four per city, per year and are based on available funds. AWC reserves the right to limit the number of scholarship used on a single event.
It is easy to access a small city scholarship, you just need the appropriate campaign code (see individual registration page for information). If you register using a scholarship and do not attend, the city will be charged the cancellation fee.
Contact: Karen Tanner, email@example.com, (360) 753-4137
The Washington Cities Scholarship program assists cities over 5,000 in population in attending AWC training. Scholarship will reimburse a city for 50% of the registration fee. The scholarship funds are not available for major AWC conferences, but may be used for pre and post conference workshops
Denial of a scholarship may be due to various reasons such as significant demand for a particular workshop, lack of scholarship funds, and/or multiple scholarships provided to a particular jurisdiction.
To apply for a scholarship, click here.
RMSA provides scholarships to help members attend pre-approved workshops and trainings. Scholarships are available on a first-come-first-serve basis.
RMSA provides financial assistance opportunities for the following events:
Contact: Caitlin Magee, firstname.lastname@example.org, (360) 753-4137
AWC Board of Directors
Employee Benefit Trust
Risk Management Service Agency
Workers Comp Retro
Drug & Alcohol Consortium
AWC Annual Conference
City Action Days
Healthy Worksite Summit
Labor Relations Institute
Partner with AWC
Center for Quality Communities
Municipal Research and Services Center
National League of Cities