Pi Chi Omega is now accepting applications for the industry grant program.
The program selects qualified individuals who want to continue learning, further their career in pest management or promote entrepreneurial products that enhance the field of urban and industrial pest management.
The object is to encourage and assist outstanding professionals to enhance our industry or their careers in pest management. Examples of activities that a grant would be considered appropriate for include, but are not limited to, conference attendance, college or technical level courses, other advanced skill acquisition, money for a new product creation, costs of publishing or disseminating relevant information to the industry.
Recognizing the need for professional advancement opportunities for operations, sales, service personnel and others, Pi Chi Omega has created a grant program to help fund individuals seeking to advance their career path, training or education. The object is to make available grants that can be used by industry professionals to advance their careers.
The deadline to apply is June 15, 2023. For more information and how to apply, visit the Pi Chi Omega website.
About Pi Chi Omega
Pi Chi Omega is a national fraternity for pest management professionals. Initiated in 1950 by six students of Pest Management Professional Hall of Famer Dr. John Osmun (Class of 1997) at Purdue University, the fraternity today is comprised of nearly 450 members representing 38 states and four foreign countries. These members are considered to be some of the most distinguished, dedicated and talented professionals in the industry.