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2015 APTF Scholarship Applications Available Online

Do you know a promising college student who's interested in a career in the public transportation industry or individuals already working in the industry who want to further their education?

Now's the time to encourage them to apply for one of the academic scholarships awarded by the American Public Transportation Foundation (APTF). Scholarships are for the academic year beginning in fall 2015; the deadline for applications is June 15.

APTF's mission is to increase and retain the number of individuals choosing careers in public transportation by providing scholarships and opportunities for deserving students and professionals to engage and connect with experienced industry leaders. The foundation's work is part of APTA's workforce development strategies and initiatives.

Since its founding in 1988, APTF has awarded more than $700,000 in scholarships to support more than 200 students nationwide. In 2014, the foundation awarded more than $85,000 in scholarships, the highest annual amount in its history.

For details, go to the APTF website or contact Mariah Stanley.
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