The Kittleman Scholarship for Aspiring Public Garden Leaders, in partnership with the American Public Gardens Association, was created to support the Association's professional development goal of a "roadmap to leadership at all levels." The Scholarship covers Annual Conference registration fees and includes a travel cost reimbursement. Qualifying individuals must have at least seven (7) years of previous work experience in a public garden or related field, occupy any position within a public garden or related institution, and aspire to lead or direct a public garden in the future.
Track Sponsor: Leadership, Innovation, and Advocacy
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