Awards & Scholarships

  • Mead Grady / John Jordan Award
    • Recognizing Achievement in Club Management


      Recipients





         Michael Wheeler, MCM, CCE 2015

      Joe Perdue, CCM 2013
           

      Henry Marburger, CCM 2011
           

      Imre F. Hir, CCM 2009
           

      A. Chris Borders, CCM 2007
           

      Mead Grady, CCM 2006

      Nomination Form

  • CMAA Georgia BMI Scholarship
    • The Georgia Chapter awards one scholarship annually in order to help the recipient meet certification requirements and prepare them for the CCM exam.


      Congratulations to the 2016 Chris Borders BMI Scholarship Recipient Joshua Singleton

      Joshua Singleton

      Chattahoochee Country Club



      Pictured: Joshua Singleton and Daniel Laterza



  • CMAA Georgia Student Scholarship
    • Student Scholarship

      As we are all aware, one of the main objectives of CMAA is to encourage the education and advancement of its members. A number of years ago, the Georgia Chapter adopted and sponsored a Scholarship Program with the purpose of encouraging the attainment of higher educational goals for children, grandchildren, stepchildren or adopted children of a Georgia CMAA member, as well as promoting current CMAA student chapter members.

      The Georgia Chapter Scholarship Program is designed to award a scholarship annually in the amount of $1,200 to an undergraduate or graduate student. The applicant must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.75 on a 4.0 grading scale in order to be considered eligible for the scholarship program and must be considered a full time student by an accredited college or university.

      Congratulations to the 2016 Student Scholarship Recipient Robert Keene

      Robert Keene, Athens Country Club



      Pictured: Daniel Laterza and Robert Keene

  • Application Directions
    • A student must have a cumulative 2.75 grade point average and apply using the Scholarship Application forms listed below..

      Applications must be returned to your Georgia Scholarship Chairperson.

      Please direct any questions to Michael Henley, Georgia Chapter Scholarship Chairman
      michael@capitalcityclub.orgor call (404) 420-3131.

      The deadline for submitting an application is October 1

      Write an essay of no more than 500 words and not less than 250 words. You should address the following components:
      1. Your career objectives.
      2. Your interest in club management.
      3. Why you should be a scholarship recipient.
      Along with each application the applicant must submit a copy of his/her current grades.
      Endorsements from an advisor/professor and a club industry professional must also be included. (Forms are included with application)

      All applications must be typed. Points are awarded for overall presentation.
      Incomplete application packets will not be considered.

      Download Student Scholarship Application
      Georgia Chapter BMI Scholarship Application
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