Five scholarships for the entire registration rate and 10 scholarships for a discounted registration ($300) are available.
Scholarship applications are accepted on a first received, first considered, basis. Applications will be accepted until March 15, 2018. To apply, please answer the following questions in 300 words or less (total
, not per question) and submit your answers and resume to email@example.com. There are no eligibility requirements, and anyone is welcome to submit an application.
- How would you characterize your role in your community: elected official, city staff, funder, neighborhood leader, advocate, bicycle retailer, business leader, or other?
- Do you represent an underserved community or does your work address equity for underserved communities?
- In your city, what is the most compelling story related to building great places for bikes, quickly; speeding progress on connecting people by bike to education, employment, recreation, and transit; or building political leadership to champion bicycle infrastructure?