Education Committee

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

  1. 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;
  2. 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.
  3. 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).
  4. Your application will not be reviewed until a recommendation letter is received from a C.A.H.C.E.O. member; or community leader.

Langan Scholarship Application

Nobili Scholarship Application