The goal of the Dick Quantz Memorial Technical Scholarship program is to provide educational assistance to APCO-NENA members and their families seeking to further their education in a technical field. The goal of this scholarship program is to help to provide training and technical resources for the public safety industry.
This scholarship program consists of two parts as follows:
- Tuition assistance for the Washington Chapter Public Safety Communications Conference.
The portion of the scholarship program provides up to three $500 scholarship grants to assist with the registration and expenses to attend the Washington APCO-NENA Chapter Public Safety Communications Conference or other locally organized training conference if the Public Safety Communications Conference is not held.
- Tuition assistance for attendance at any national or state accredited college or university in the study of a technical course as defined below.
- This portion of the scholarship program provides a single scholarship grant of up $1,000 to assist with tuition at any 2-year or 4-year accredited college or university in one of the following fields:
• Electrical, Civil, Mechanical, or Communications Engineering
• Computer Science
• Engineering Technology
• Information Technology
• Industrial Electronics
• Electronic Technician
• Computer Technician