Christopher K. Jarvi Partnership Scholarship Award Winners Announced
The Foundation for Sustainable Parks and Recreation and its Board of Governors are delighted to announce the winners of the September 2014 Christopher K. Jarvi Partnership Scholarship awards, chosen by the Foundation’s Scholarship Committee.
Alicia Antone- City of Gainesville, FL
Ms. Antone will be attending the 2014 NRPA Congress in Charlotte
Austin Hochstetler- Eppley Institute
Mr. Hochstetler will be attending the 2014 NRPA Congress in Charlotte
Mary Roth- Madison School and Community Recreation, WI
Ms. Roth will be attending the Conference for Community Arts Education.
Sally Pelto-Wheeler- Eppley Institute
Ms. Pelto-Wheeler will be attending Indiana Park & Recreation Association Annual Conference
The Christopher K. Jarvi Partnership Scholarship Program is a program created in honor and memory of the Foundation for Sustainable Parks and Recreation’s recent Board Chair. Chris always stressed that building partnerships and networking were the most integral part of growing as a professional in our field.
Scholarships are awarded twice a year, as park and recreation professionals seek to grow their partnerships through attendance at conferences and events. You can help support the professional development of these professionals by making a donation to the Christopher K. Jarvi Partnership Scholarship Fund today.