Chapter Bylaws

     ARMA Arizona Scholarship

    Since 1972 ARMA Arizona made its committment to the educational needs of its members and students. George C. Cunningham Sr., founding secretary of ARMA Arizona, understood this need and through his vision and generosity the scholarship fund was established.

    The George C. Cunningham Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund was created to assist ARMA Arizona members in furthering their education in the dynamic field of records and information management. Scholarship awarding is managed by the ARMA International Educational Foundation (AIEF) and has been expanded to include all Chapters in the Pacific Region of ARMA.

    Eligibility

    The George C. Cunningham Sr. Memorial Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to ARMA members and students of the Pacific Region for the following:

    University and College Studies (Members and Student Members): Applicant must select courses from an accredited University or College. Courses must be related to records/information management or archive/library science.

    Certification (Members Only): Applicant may be awarded scholarship funds to pursue a certification as a CRM (Certified Records Manager) through the Institute of Certified Records Managers.

    Seminars (Members Only): Scholarship funds can be awarded for seminar registration costs. This pertains to registration costs for seminars/conferences as well as on-line learning. In either case, the area of learning must be related to aforementioned disciplines.

    Submissions

    Click here for the application form.