For more than 30 years, the American Public Transportation Foundation’s (APTF) mission has and continues…
The APTF will award a minimum of twenty scholarships, ranging from $2,500 to $10,000 each, to college students or transit professionals who are pursuing or advancing a career in the public transportation industry.
APTA’s business members demonstrated once again their personal commitment to the future of the public transit industry by contributing $23,900 to APTF’s scholarship programs.
The Paul J. Larrousse Scholarship will continue Paul’s legacy of supporting a more inclusive workforce and will promote awareness and acceptance of the LGBTQ community within the public transportation industry.
The American Public Transportation Foundation (APTF) has unveiled a new pilot mentoring initiative to support APTF scholars’ long-term commitment to the public transportation industry.
The American Public Transportation Foundation celebrated its 30th year at the APTA Annual Meeting September 23-25 in Nashville, TN. The festivities began on Sunday, September 23 with a fundraising reception held at Acme Feed and Seed.
This year, the Foundation will be celebrating 30 years of providing scholarships and supporting the future leaders of our industry. To celebrate this milestone, the APTF would like the opportunity to share the impact of the Foundation and the scholarship program with the transit industry.