The purpose of our Scholarship Program is to provide financial assistance to qualifying Association Members who strive for job enhancement through education and training.
The focus of this program is to stimulate further development in the field of facilities management and to advance the purposes of the Association.
The Scholarship is available for persons employed full-time in a facilities profession for at least 12 months at a GAPPA member institution.
Joe White Scholarship
In 1989, the GAPPA board decided to honor Mr. White’s long and and valued service to the organization by providing The Joseph M. White Award.
CEFP and EFP Credentialing Program Reimbursement Procedures
To stimulate further development in the field of facilities management and to advance the purposes of the Association, GAPPA is committed to providing assistance to qualified applicants of member institutions.
Through APPA, qualified applicants may complete online course work to help prepare for either the Certified Educational Facilities Professional (CEFP) or Educational Facilities Professional (EFP) Credentialing Program.
Coupons are available through SRAPPA and must be applied prior to application of GAPPA reimbursement.
GAPPA will reimburse the applicant for the cost of their coursework, less any coupon or other scholarship that was applied, upon the successful completion of exam.
To ensure that the GAPPA Board is knowledgeable of all upcoming financial obligations, prior to their registration and participation in the Program, qualified applicants must notify the Scholarship Committee Chair with their intentions of beginning their coursework via email. Upon completion, applicant must submit a copy of their paid invoice for the coursework and proof of their exam passing. The Request for Reimbursement form should be used for the expense reimbursement request.
Scholarship Committee Chair:
Katie Twining, Georgia Southern University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the Request for Reimbursement Form Here
This position is within the Design and Construction Services department of Facilities Management Services.
This position is responsible for directing Georgia Highlands College’s physical plant maintenance functions
Georgia Highlands is a growing and progressive institution with opportunities for the individual selected to grow with us. With a focus on employee wellness and development, the culture is warm and embracing, while the work is fast paced and challenging.
This is an excellent opportunity to impact the lives of literally thousands of students and their families.