Please note: All discount codes, including scholarships, must be applied at the time of registration. If you are applying for a scholarship, please do NOT register until after you’ve received your application results.
The 2020 Winter scholarship application has closed and all applicants have been notified.
Summer scholarship applications will be available when registration launches in late January/early February.
Institute for Organization Management is proud to offer dozens of partial scholarships to participants each year. Each scholarship is evaluated with the same criteria and is awarded based on an evaluation of an applicant’s financial need, involvement in industry professional organizations, community service, and professional background.
Each application requires applicants to upload a resume and two letters of recommendation. All documents must be submitted electronically. Please do not send documents to the Institute office.
All information, including your recommendation letters, must be submitted prior to midnight on the designated deadline to be considered for a scholarship. Scholarship recipients will be notified prior to the early enrollment deadlines listed for each individual Institute site. To find additional resources regarding financial assistance, please take a look at Institute’s Enrollment Incentives.
Listed below are the scholarships offered through Institute. If you have questions about your eligibility for a particular scholarship program, please contact the Institute office at 202-463-5570.
Institute’s National Scholarship
Any participant that is attending Institute for the very first time may be eligible for a National Scholarship. Each Institute site awards one scholarship worth $500 toward a first-year tuition. The applicant’s organization must be a member of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The Regent Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to both first-year and returning participants. Each year, these are awarded in varying amounts to assist with tuition. Regent Scholarships are made possible by donations from generous volunteers and participants to Institute site-specific silent auctions, and other on-site fundraising opportunities. All attendees are eligible for the Regent scholarship.