APA Scholarship Program
Jim Boyce Memorial Scholarship - Deadline for applications is March 31
Donations to the Silent Auction Fundraiser needed!
The Jim Boyce Memorial Scholarship was established by the Texas Registered Accessibility Specialist Association (TRASA), now the Accessibility Professionals Association (APA), to honor and recognize our friend and colleague Jim Boyce. Jim was formerly a Plan Review Manager with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) and was one of the drafters of the Texas Accessibility Standards (TAS), in 1994. When Jim retired from TDLR, he became a Registered Accessibility Specialist and was among the Charter Members of TRASA (now APA). The success of TRASA (now APA) is in large part due to Jim’s leadership in its earlier years.
2014 Jim Boyce Scholarship Application
Letter to Campus Financial Aid Offices
Jim Boyce Scholarship Poster
Silent Auction held at Annual Conference & Expo!
Association (APA – and formerly TRASA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. If you are willing to donate a Silent Auction item - We need your donation commitment by December 23, 2013 to have your or your business
name in any print or email promotions. Please fill out, and email, this donation
form to Martha Weiss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donate an item to the next APA Silent Auction to help raise scholarship funds
Thank you! Your donation will add to our scholarship funds and benefit a worthy student!
Thank you to these Silent Auction donors from our last APA Annual Conference & Expo.
- Marcela Abadi-Rhoads
- Fred and Carol Cawyer
- David Deming
- Tom Ellis
- Kim Goss
- Peter Grojean
- Innovative Images Photography
- International Code Council
- Sharlynn Keys
- Shirley and Bill Knox
- CC (Chao-Chiung) Lee
- Charles Little
- Jeromy Murphy
- Carroll Pruitt
- Radisson Hotel & Suites Austin Downtown
- John Torkelson