John L. Carroll Memorial Scholarship for Small Agencies
NAHRO is pleased to offer a limited number of seminar scholarships expressly for small agencies. The John L. Carroll Memorial Scholarship was established in 1993. Each awarded scholarhip will cover the tuition of one National NAHRO live seminar or online e-Learning registration.
- Your agency must be a current member of National NAHRO
- Your agency must have no more than 550 combined HCV-assisted and/or Public Housing (current or RAD-converted) units.
Scholarship applications are sent to the national NAHRO Professional Development Committee for review and selection. Award winners will be notified via email after the selections have been finalized.
NAHRO training programs are held throughout the continental United States. Please see the Training Calendar for a complete list of seminar dates and locations.
It is not necessary to know the location or date of a specific training product. NAHRO allows agencies using the John L. Carroll Memorial Scholarship flexibility in using their scholarship.
Scholarships will be awarded every year during the Spring & Fall application periods. All scholarships are reviewed by the NAHRO Professional Development Committee. A maximum of 10 scholarships will be awarded during each application period. An agency may apply for only one scholarship per application period. Agencies with up to 550 combined Public Housing and HCV units may apply.
CLOSED: Spring online application
CLOSED: Fall online application
Note: The Fall Application period will OPEN September 1, 2018 & CLOSE October 18, 2018 at 5pm ET.
About John L. Carroll John began his career at NAHRO in 1980 as an intern while he was completing his Bachelor's degree in urban planning at George Washington University. He received his bachelor's degree in 1981. He joined the staff permanently as a Community Development Assistant in June 1981, remaining in the Housing and Community Development Services Division until 1986. At that time, he became Director of Training and Development, with responsbility for overseeing the development, updating, and scheduling of NAHRO's various training programs. During his tenure in this position, NAHRO's training programs increased signifcantly in number and scope. One innovation suggested by Mr. Carroll and adopted by the Board of Governors was a limited number of scholarships for staff of small agencies to attend NAHRO trainings. John was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, and graduted from the Worcester Academy in 1975. He was listed in "Outstanding Young Men of America" in 1986. He lived in Alexandria, VA where he was active in a number of civic and service organizations. John passed away in December 1991.