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California Planning Foundation Scholarships

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  • Dayana Salazar
    The California Planning Foundation offers nine statewide scholarships ranging from $ 500 to $ 3,000 for students entering their final year of an accredited
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 11, 2003
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      The California Planning Foundation offers nine statewide scholarships ranging from $ 500 to $ 3,000 for students entering their final year of an accredited professional plannning degree program.

      Application deadline is May 2nd, 2003.

      Applicants must submit the application form, an official transcript, and three sealed letters of recommendation (two from faculty and one from either an academic or professional acquaintance.) Recommendations must be from individuals who are familiar with the applicant's background, potential as a planner and/or financial need.

      Application forms are available in the Urban Planning Department's main office and bulletin boards. Please make sure to apply!

    • Dayana Salazar
      2004 SCHOLARSHIP AND AWARDS PROGRAM The California Planning Foundation (CPF) is pleased to announce its continuing and new scholarships and awards for
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 29, 2004
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        2004 SCHOLARSHIP AND AWARDS PROGRAM

         

        The California Planning Foundation (CPF) is pleased to announce its continuing and new scholarships and awards for outstanding planning students enrolled at accredited professional planning degree programs in the State of California.*

         

             I.     Outstanding Student Scholarships are awarded based on an application and selection process by the CPF Board.  These scholarships are designed for continuing students entering their final year of an undergraduate or master's degree program.  Criteria for the scholarships include academic performance, financial need, and increasing diversity in the profession of planning.

                          First place:  $4000                                       Runners-up (three):  $2000 each

                          (plus CCAPA conference registration           (plus CCAPA conference registration

                          and APA membership)                                                    and APA membership)

                          Russell Fey Scholarship:  $1000  (plus APA membership)

                          The Central Section contributes to this award to honor Russell Fey, founding faculty member for the planning program at Fresno State University.  The Section encourages consideration of students from the Central Valley for this award.                                                                                                                             

                          Ken Milam Scholarship: $1000  (plus APA membership)

                          This scholarship is sponsored in honor of Ken Milam by the County Planning Director´┐Żs Association for students interested in public planning in California.

         

                          Section Scholarships:  (plus APA membership)

                          The Northern ($1000), Central Coast ($1000), and Inland Empire ($500) Sections each fund an annual scholarship for students from their respective section or attending a planning program in the Section.

                          Richard G. Munsell/CPR Scholarship: $1000 (plus APA membership)

                          This scholarship is sponsored in honor of Richard G. Munsell by the California Planning Roundtable  (CPR)for students interested in public planning in California .

         

             II.     Continuing Student Scholarship  The faculty in each accredited professional program select one continuing student, based upon academic performance and professional promise.  Each recipient receives a $500 scholarship and a one-year student membership in APA.

         

            III.     Graduating Student Merit Awards  The faculty in each accredited professional program select one graduating student annually, based upon academic performance and professional promise.  Each recipient receives a one-year membership in APA.

         

        Please return completed forms (available in the Urban Planning Department) no later than 5 p.m., April 30, 2004 to

        Paul Wack AICP, CPF Scholarship Committee

        City and Regional Planning Department, California Polytechnic State University

        San Luis Obispo, CA  93407

        e-mail:  pwack@....


        * Accredited programs include the master's degree programs at the University of California-Berkeley; University of California, Irvine; University of California-Los Angeles; University of Southern California; California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo; California State Polytechnic University-Pomona; and San Jose State University; and the bachelor's degree programs at California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo; and California State Polytechnic University-Pomona.  In addition, students in planning (or related) programs in San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, or Ventura counties may be considered for the Central Coast scholarships.



        Dayana Salazar, Interim Chair
        Urban and Regional Planning Department
        San Jose State University
        (408) 924-5854
        salmar@...



        Dayana Salazar, Interim Chair
        Urban and Regional Planning Department
        San Jose State University
        (408) 924-5854
        salmar@...

      • Dayana Salazar
        Greetings, The California Planning Foundation (CPF) offers statewide scholarships --$4000 for first place, three $2000 runner-up scholarships, and ten named
        Message 3 of 3 , Apr 4, 2005
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          Greetings,
           
          The California Planning Foundation (CPF) offers statewide scholarships --$4000 for first place, three $2000 runner-up scholarships, and ten named scholarships ($1000 each)-- for outstanding planning students enrolled at accredited professional planning degree programs in the State of California. Continuing MUP students are eligible.
           
          The outstanding student scholarships are awarded based on an application and selection process by the CPF Board. These scholarships are designed for continuing students entering their final year of an undergraduate or master's degree program. Criteria for the scholarships include academic performance, financial need, and increasing diversity in the profession of planning.
           
          See CPF website for more details at www.californiaplanningfoundation.org
           
          Application forms are available in the main urban planning office (SJSU Washington Square Hall 216A).
           
          Applicants must submit their materials by April 29, 2005 (postmark) to:
           
          Paul Wack, AICP, CPF Scholarship Committee
          City and Regional Planning Department
          California Polytechnic State University
          San Luis Obispo, CA 93407
           
          For inquiries, please call Paul Wack at (805) 756-6331
           
          Best regards,
           
          Dayana


          Dayana Salazar, Chair
          Urban and Regional Planning Department
          San Jose State University
          (408) 924-5854
          salmar@...

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