Coordinates and develops all shared training and education opportunities that will enhance the knowledge of code enforcement officials. Seminars are conducted on a variety of subjects that range from building safety to public health.
Applications may be submitted September 1-30 annually. Final awards are decided by the Executive Board in October. Awards are presented at the Winter Seminar in December.
Marie A. Langan and D. Daniel Nobili Scholarships
- The applicant must be a Connecticut resident and a child or grandchild of an active C.A.H.C.E.O. member or retired C.A.H.C.E.O. member who is in good standing, and;
- Applicants who are undergraduate students shall be enrolled for a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester and applicants that are graduate students shall be enrolled for a minimum of 6 credit hours at an accredited institution of higher learning and be fully matriculated.
- The applicant must attach a copy of a college acceptance letter and high school transcript; or for continuing students, a schedule and college transcript, which indicates he or she is a full-time student in good standing. In either case the applicant’s transcripts must show a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average (GPA).
- Your application will not be reviewed until a recommendation letter is received from a C.A.H.C.E.O. member; or community leader.