EMPLOYEE AWARD PROGRAM
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The Heart of America GCSA is now accepting applications for the Employee Awards Program to help offset some of the
cost of school for those who are full-time employees taking turfgrass classes. These criteria must be met:
- Be a current full-time employee of a Heart of America GCSA member now and when eligible class(es) were taken.
- Have worked 1,800 hours within the current calendar year for a current Heart of America GCSA club/organization.
- Be a part-time student carrying 11 credit hours or less.
- Attend an accredited college or institution in Kansas or Missouri.
- Carry a grade of C or better in the eligible class(es).
To be Eligible:
- All classes submitted (including online course and/or out-of-district course) must be part of the written curriculum of a degree of certificate program in the turf industry (successful certification or 4 year degree)
- All classes must be taken in calendar year of 2016 (i.e. spring, summer or fall semester of 2016).
- Transcripts and proof of payment must accompany application.
- All applications must be complete fully and have the necessary signatures – no exceptions.
Need to Know:
- Out-of-District residences and online classes will receive in-state rate tuition reimbursement.
(Instate rate x number of hours or $1,500. The lesser of the two.)
- This is an Award, NOT a total reimbursement or scholarship. ***
- Awards are for tuition costs only and at the discretion of the S&R Committee and Board of Directors.
- To enable HAGCSA in helping as many employees as possible, please do not apply for an award if your club reimburses educational expenses.
- Deadline for application is January 31, 2017.
Submit Application to:
Heart of America
Scholarship & Research Committee
P.O. Box 419264
Kansas City, MO 64141-6264
Attention Superintendents: If you have an employee working for you and taking classes during off-hours, this is an excellent opportunity for you to help them offset the cost of