Epsilon Sigma Phi
The Extension Professionals' Organization

Scholarships & Grants

  • PILD Scholarship  (Due December 1)
    Epsilon Sigma Phi, through the ESP Development Fund, has established this scholarship for eligible members to attend the Public Issues Leadership Development National Conference in order to become informed about and develop skills in responding to public issues and legislative matters affecting Extension programs and personal needs.
      The scholarship is to be used to defray the cost of attending the Public Issues Leadership Development Conference.  Four scholarships of $600.00 each will be awarded annually.
  • Angus Professional Development Scholarship (Due December 1 and May 1)
    Epsilon Sigma Phi, through the ESP Development Fund, provides $2,000 annually to fund scholarships
    not to exceed $500 per member to encourage, stimulate, and support professional development through participation in courses, seminars, conferences or workshops.

  • Redinger Administrative Leader Scholarship  (Due May 1)
    Epsilon Sigma Phi, through the ESP Development Fund, has established this scholarship to promote continued professional development for eligible members to attend the National ESP Conference.  The scholarship is to be used to defray the cost of attending the National ESP Conference.  Four scholarships of $500.00 each will be awarded annually to outstanding administrators/leaders based on accomplishments

  • Justin Morrill Scholarship (Due May 1)
    Epsilon Sigma Phi, through the ESP Development Fund, has established this scholarship to promote professional development for ESP- eligible members employed by 1890 or 1994 Land Grant institutions to attend the National ESP Conference.  The scholarship is to only be used to defray the cost of attending the National ESP Conference. Two scholarships in the amount of $500 will be awarded.


  • Professional Development Programming Grant (Due December 1 and May 1)
    The purpose of the Epsilon Sigma Phi Professional Development Grant is to stimulate development of Extension professionals. Grants will be awarded to interdisciplinary teams to plan and conduct a project with an appeal to a broad audience of Extension professionals. Through the ESP Development Fund, funding for at least four $1,000 grants is available annually and will be awarded through a competitive process.


  • Rita T Wood Grant
    (New!  More information coming soon!)


Epsilon Sigma Phi is a
501(c)3 non-profit organization.


Phone
470-347-0394


55 Walton Place Drive
Newnan, GA 30263

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