The APTF will award a minimum of twenty scholarships, ranging from $2,500 to $10,000 each, to college students or transit professionals who are pursuing or advancing a career in the public transportation industry.
APTA’s business members demonstrated once again their personal commitment to the future of the public transit industry by contributing $23,900 to APTF’s scholarship programs.
The Paul J. Larrousse Scholarship will continue Paul’s legacy of supporting a more inclusive workforce and will promote awareness and acceptance of the LGBTQ community within the public transportation industry.
The American Public Transportation Foundation (APTF) has unveiled a new pilot mentoring initiative to support APTF scholars’ long-term commitment to the public transportation industry.
The American Public Transportation Foundation celebrated its 30th year at the APTA Annual Meeting September 23-25 in Nashville, TN. The festivities began on Sunday, September 23 with a fundraising reception held at Acme Feed and Seed.