ICMA’s Conference scholarships are part of its commitment to attracting a wide and diverse group of people into the local government management profession, developing and mentoring early-to-mid-career professionals already in the field and helping members working in smaller communities. Experience the value of the Annual Conference, below is a list of the scholarship opportunities offered:
2017 ICMA Conference Assistant Scholarships
- Young Professional Scholarship
- Work Place Diversity Scholarship
- Small Community Employee Scholarship
- a complimentary conference registration, and
- a stipend to offset travel costs, in some cases
2017 Stene Academic Scholarship
Each year, ICMA selects a graduate school student as the recipient of its $1,000 Edwin O. Stene Academic Scholarship, named in memory of Kansas University Professor Edwin O. Stene. Travel and housing expenses are not included.
In addition to the $1,000 stipend, the Stene scholarship recipient will receive:
- a complimentary conference registration
How to Apply
Visit the ICMA website for details, eligibility requirements and applications.
Submission Deadline: Monday, June 5.
Eligible candidates may submit an application to multiple categories, if they meet the eligibility requirements. Candidates for scholarships must be ICMA members at time of application.