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Faircracker SPRING 2020


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1. Applicant must have submitted an application for or be currently en- rolled in the Institute of Fair Man- agement or the Institute graduate program and be a Florida resident involved with a Florida Fair or a Flor- ida Federation of Fair’s Associate member.


help defray the costs of attending the Annual Convention in May. Priority will be given to Fairs that have not recently at-


tended the convention but ALL Fairs are eligible. The in- tent of this scholarship is to encourage smaller Fairs to send someone to the convention. The Scholarships will cover: Full registration for the convention for one attendee Three room nights at the convention hotel. Also, additional scholarship monies have been allocated


to provide discounted registration fees for additional at- tendees from the same Fair. Application form is at www.floridafairs.org MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE APRIL 1, 2020


IAFE ZONE 2 SCHOLARSHIP


help defray the costs of attending the Annual Convention/ IAFE Zone 2 meeting in May. These scholarships are available for attendees from any


Zone 2 is offering two scholarships to Zone 2 Fairs to


Zone 2 Fairs. Priority will be given to Fairs that have not recently attended the convention but ALL Fairs are eligi- ble. The Scholarship will cover: Full registration for the convention for one attendee Two room nights at the convention hotel. Also, additional scholarship monies have been allocated


to provide discounted registration fees for additional at- tendees from the same Fair. Application form is at www.floridafairs.org MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE APRIL 1, 2020.


FLORIDA FAIR CONVENTION SCHOLARSHIP There are two scholarships available to Florida Fairs to


more than 6 years total. Preference for awarding of schol- arship each year will be to first-time applicants.


3. Application period is January 1, through March 1 of each year.


4. Each year one (1) scholarship of $1000 each may be awarded if committee deems there is a qualified appli- cant.


5. Scholarship winners will be announced at the Florida Federation of Fairs Annual Banquet.


6. The scholarship can be used for payment of fees in- curred for the IAFE Institute of Fair Management Summit or the graduate program. a. Registration fees b. Airfare c. Hotel d. Transportation


7. The scholarship amount will be disbursed as reimburse- ment for fees as noted above upon presentation of re- ceipts for expenses and request for same to the IAFE.


8. The recipient must use the scholarship funds for at- tending the IAFE Institute of Fair Management Summit or the graduate program within two years of receipt.


9. If the full amount of the scholarship is not reimbursed to recipient within the time frame as noted in #8 above, the scholarship will be returned to the Florida Federation of Fairs Scholarship fund of the IAFE Education Founda- tion.


10. Scholarship applicants will be evaluated by a commit- tee from the Florida Federation of Fairs and award made upon the following criteria: a. 50% of score based upon participation in Florida Federation of Fairs activities. b. 30% based on financial need c. 20% based upon essay section of application.


MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE APRIL1, 2020.


2. Applicant may apply each year he or she is enrolled in the Institute or the graduate program, but shall not be eligible to receive a scholarship


COMMUNITY SERVICE GRANT PROGRAM


YPI will award a $500 grant to continue community ser- vice work in 2020-2021.


Application form is at www.floridafairs.org


MUST BE POSTMARKED ON OR BEFORE APRIL 1, 2020


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