MSA has three scholarships available to members. Two of the three scholarships encourage MSA members from diverse or under-represented populations to attend Twin Cities educational events and the other is open to all members to attend the ISA Annual Conference.
You must be a current MSA member to apply for any of the scholarships.
Diverse and Under Represented Communities Scholarships
These scholarships include registration to the event applied for and the stipend money listed to help offset travel costs.
Shade Tree Short Course Scholarship
Includes: Registration to event + stipend of $350
Application deadline: February 21, 2020
MSA Fall Conference Scholarship
Includes: Registration to event + stipend of $200
Application deadline: August 31, 2020
MSA members from diverse or under-represented populations includes:
- Members living outside of the 7-County Metro
- Racial and ethnic communities, including American Indians
- LGBTQI identifying members
- Members with a Federally recognized disability status
- Low-income (defined as a household whose income does not exceed 80 percent of the median income for the area)
Scholarships open to all members
(this is a stipend to offset cost of registration, travel, and expenses)
ISA International Conference Scholarship
Includes: $1,000 to offset registration, travel, and expenses
Application deadline: May 31, 2020