AGA National Awards
These awards, are presented at AGA’s Professional Development Training (PDT), and primarily recognize individuals for their contributions to AGA.
DEADLINE: The deadline to receive nominations for PDT 2016 is March 30, 2016.
July 17-20, 2016: PDT in Anaheim, CA
Robert W. King Memorial Award
Frank Greathouse Distinguished Leadership Award
Achievement of the Year Award
International Achievement Award
Emerging Leader Award of Excellence
Cornelius E. Tierney/Ernst & Young Research Award
Government Transparency Award
Chapter Accountability and Transparency Award
Chapter CGFM Award
Chapter Education Award
Community Service Award
Chapter Service Award
Regional Coordinator Award
Other National & Local Awards
National Academic Scholarships
Are you or a family member pursuing undergraduate or graduate studies in disciplines such as accounting, auditing, budgeting, economics, finance, information technology,or public administration? If so, consider applying for an AGA Academic Scholarship today!
This year, AGA will award:
Rising College Freshman: One full-time ($3,000) and one part-time ($1,500)
Current Undergraduates: Three full-time ($3,000) and two part-time ($1,500)
Graduate Students: Two full-time ($3,000) and one part-time ($1,500)
Community Service: AGA can award two $1,500 scholarship for community service amongst the three collegiate categories noted above.
Rising College Freshman Community Service Application
Current Undergraduate Community Service Application
Graduate Community Service Application
The deadline for receipt of applications is Friday, Apr. 15, 2016. Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Applicants for full-time or part-time scholarships must be an AGA member or family member (spouse, child or grandchild), and scholarships must be used for full-time or part-time undergraduate study in a financial management academic area such as accounting, auditing, budgeting, economics, finance, electronic data processing, information resources management or public administration. Essays and transcripts are required. There are two categories for high school students/graduates and undergraduates/graduates. The Academic Scholarships are based on academic achievement and the student's potential for making a contribution to public financial management. A reference letter from an AGA member and from another professional such as a professor, guidance counselor or employer is required. Applicants to the Community Service Scholarships do not have to be AGA members, must be pursuing a degree in a financial management academic discipline and must be actively involved in community service projects.