Before she passed away in 2001, Judith McManus Price worked as a consultant for 30 years. She was a remarkable woman with tremendous talents, which she generously shared with her family, friends, community, coworkers, and her profession.
She worked in various planning roles for the public sector, always tackling problems with vigor and optimism.
With a generous contribution to the Judith McManus Price Scholarship to support female and underrepresented students entering the planning sector, her husband Thomas Price carried on her legacy of giving.
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP
By offering partial support to female and underrepresented (African American, Hispanic American, or Native American) students, the program aims to celebrate planning.
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Citizens of the United States who are enrolled in planning programs accredited by the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) and who intend to work as practicing organizers in the public sector (including jobs with local, state, and federal governments as well as non-profit organizations) must also be able to prove that they have a genuine financial need. On behalf of the student, the payments are paid to the school.
Women and people who identify as African American, Hispanic American, or Native American are eligible
. • United States residents
• Those registered in or accepted for enrolment in a planning undergraduate or graduate program that has received PAB accreditation.
• Aiming to become practical strategists in the public service
• Students who can demonstrate their they need financial aid
Interested persons can now apply here