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Scholarships

 

Since its founding in 1988, The California Transportation Foundation (CTF) has awarded $1.1 million in scholarships through May 24, 2018. To qualify for CTF scholarships, recipients must be intent on a career in transportation and be U.S. citizens, permanent residents or documented, international students.  Each scholarship has additional qualifications, some of which are listed below. To download the CTF Scholarship List for 2018 – 2019 click here.

 


 

Bimla G. Rhinehart Memorial Scholarship ($2,500)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

University students who will be entering their senior year in the 2018 Summer or Fall terms and are enrolled in business, planning, engineering or related major at a university in California intending to pursue a career in transportation are eligible to apply. Applicant must be a U.S. Citizen or a Registered International Student.

Contact: CTF at sarah_west@transportationfoundation.org for more information.

2018 Bimla G. Rhinehart Memorial Scholarship Winner:

Vanessa See

Buser Memorial Scholarship ($1,000)

Scholarship Application Due December 15, 2018.

Undergraduate surveying majors at any two or four year college in California are eligible to apply. The scholarship is given in memory of Callie Joel Buser who was a District 7 Land Surveyor killed at his work site by an errant vehicle. To apply to the Buser Memorial Scholarship download the application here.

Contact: Paul Tonn at paul.tonn@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2017 Buser Memorial Scholarship Winners:

Adam Ferdinandson

Samatha Reeser

Stephen Castillo

Gabriel Galindo

Caroline Alain Rodman Memorial Scholarship ($1,000)

Scholarship Application Due November 16, 2018.

Caroline Alain Rodman

Caroline Alain-Rodman

Students who are currently enrolled in good standing, or have been accepted to a California graduate school Master’s program, and have a minimum Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 and Graduate School GPA of 3.0 (if available).

The student must be studying in the fields of either Political Science or Public Policy with relevant and an identifiable focus on the transportation industry. Potential examples of study are included on the application’s eligibility requirements along with the application’s required attachments. To apply to the Caroline Alain Rodman Memorial Scholarship download the application here.

Contact: CTF at sarah_west@transportationfoundation.org for more information.

 

2017 Caroline Alain Rodman Memorial Scholarship Winner:

Matthew Schauer

Tim Fleming Memorial Scholarship ($2,000)

Scholarship Application Due December 14, 2018.

Juniors and Seniors enrolled in Civil Engineering departments at University of the Pacific, University of California Davis, or California State University Sacramento intending to pursue a career in Transportation are invited to apply. To apply to the Tim Fleming Memorial Scholarship download the application here.

Contact: Susan Fleming Bentley at trfleming@comcast.net for more information.

2017 Tim Fleming Memorial Scholarship Winner:

Joseph Prescott

D’juan Bush Memorial Scholarship ($750)

Next Scholarship Available in 2018.

High school seniors living within the Oakland Unified School District or children of Caltrans District 4 Maintenance Workers are eligible to apply. D’Juan Bush was a District 4 Maintenance worker killed by an errant driver at a roadside worksite. Students must have a grade point average of 2.5 or better, and plan to attend a university, state college, community college, or trade school to pursue a career in the field of transportation.

Contact: Adrienn Huffman at  Adrienn.Huffman@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2017 D’juan Bush Memorial Scholarship Winner:

Danielle Kay Fernandez

California Transportation Commission Scholarship ($1,000)

Scholarship Application Available at 2018 CTF Transportation Education Symposium!

University students attending the CTF Transportation Education Symposium (for information about the CTF Transportation Education Symposium click here) in 2018 are eligible to apply.

Contact: CTF at sarah_west@transportationfoundation.org for more information.

2017 CTC Scholarship Winner:

Aaron Richter

Caltrans District 1 Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019. 

High school seniors or college undergraduates living in Caltrans District 1 (includes the counties of Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, and Mendocino) are eligible to apply.

Contact: Myles Cochrane at myles.cochrane@dot.ca.gov for more information.

Visit: http://www.dot.ca.gov/dist1/scholarship.htm

2018 Caltrans District 1 Scholarship winners:

Chris Friedley

Jasmine Ortega

Caltrans District 2 Employee Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors or college undergraduate students living in Caltrans District 2 (includes the counties of Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, Trinity and portions of Butte and Sierra), who are sponsored by a District 2 Caltrans employee, are eligible to apply. A student is sponsored by a Caltrans employee, who is located within the District 2 boundaries, by writing a letter of recommendation for that student.

Contact: Kristen Kingsley at Kristen.Kingsley@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Caltrans District 2 Scholarship winners:

Aislinn Matagulay

Salvador Torres

Christian Orr

Brian Rogers

 

Caltrans District 3 Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors or college undergraduate students living in Caltrans District 3 (includes the counties of Butte, Colusa, El Dorado, Glenn, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba) are eligible to apply.

Contact: Steve Nelson at steve.nelson@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Caltrans District 3 Scholarship winner:

Clare Spinner

 

Caltrans District 4 Disabled Advisory Committee (DAC) Scholarship ($750)

Next Scholarship Available in 2018.

The District 4 DAC Scholarship encourages students with disabilities to pursue degrees that can lead them to a career in the transportation industry, but is not necessary to qualify for this scholarship. Selections will be based on submissions that reflect past achievements and future potential. We welcome applications from high school students as well as current college students who meet the California Fair Employment and Housing Act disability criteria, attend a high school or college in the counties served by Caltrans District 4 and have a minimum 2.0 grade point average.

Contact: Meca Wagner at Meca.Wagner@dot.ca.gov for more information.

Caltrans District 5 Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors living in Caltrans District 5 (includes the counties of Monterey, San Benito, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Santa Cruz) are eligible to apply. 

Contact: Laurie Baima at laurie.baima@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Caltrans District 5 Scholarship Winners:

Joon Chang

Ernesto Portillo Jr.

 

Caltrans District 6/Central Region Transportation Scholarship ($1,000 – $2,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors who attend high school in Caltrans District 6 (includes the counties of Madera, Fresno, Tulare, Kings, and Kern) are eligible to apply.

Contact: Cody Miller at cody.miller@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Caltrans District 6/Central Region Transportation Scholarship Winners:

Kira Gangbin

Lyndsie Wong

Michelle Ruiz

Ihsan Ahmed

 

Caltrans District 6/Central Region Employee Family Scholarship ($2,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors related to current, former, or retired Caltrans District 6 employees who attend high school in Fresno, Madera, Tulare, Kings or Kern county are eligible to apply.

Contact: Cody Miller at cody.miller@dot.ca.gov  for more information.

2018 Caltrans District 6 Employee Family Scholarship winners:

Kelsey Ewing

Tanzila Alam

 

Caltrans District 7 Adopt-a-School Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors attending Franklin High School’s Arroyo Seco Academy (Charter School) or Wilson High School’s Transportation Career Academy Program in the City of Los Angeles are eligible to apply.

Contact: Marcia Graves at marcia.graves@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Caltrans District 7 Adopt-a-School Scholarship winners:

Benjamin Gonzalez, Cal Poly Pomona

Thita Sitthiphap, CSU Northridge

Adriana Gonzalez, Cal State Los Angeles

Deja Monet Nora

Caltrans District 8 Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

Graduating high school senior from within Riverside or San Bernardino Counties (Inland Empire). Candidates must intend to enroll in career in transportation.

Contact: Ann Hill at ann.hill@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Caltrans District 8 Scholarship winner:

Caitlin Rowe

Caltrans District 8 Disability Advisory Committee (DAC) Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

Caltrans, District 8, Disability Advisory Committee is offering a scholarship to disabled graduating seniors attending a Riverside or San Bernardino County High School. The student must currently have a 2.0 GPA or higher, provide documentation of admission to an accredited vocational program, community college, four-year college or university along with your application, short essay and two letters of recommendation. Student must also have a disability as defined under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) laws.

Contact: Darlene Lott at darlene.lott@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2015 Caltrans District 8 Disability Advisory Committee (DAC) Scholarship winner:

Persephanie Guerrero

Persephanie Guerrero

Caltrans District 9 Scholarship ($750)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors living in Caltrans District 9 (includes the counties of Mono, Inyo and eastern Kern) are eligible to apply. 

Contact: Debborah Morales at debborah.morales@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Caltrans District 9 Scholarship winners:

Corrie Campbell

Nora Cimino

Caltrans District 10 Future in Transportation Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors living in Caltrans District 10 (includes the counties of Amador, Alpine, Calaveras, Mariposa, Merced, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne) and children of Caltrans District 10 employees are eligible to apply.

Contact: Skip Allum at skip.allum@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Caltrans District 10 Future in Transportation Scholarship Winner:

Brandon Nelson

Caltrans District 11 Disability Advisory Committee Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

Full time students with the intent of pursuing a transportation related field of study are eligible to apply. 

Contact: Cristina Nunez at cristina.nunez@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2016 Caltrans District 11 Scholarship Winner:

Ruston Mendoza

Ruston Mendoza

Caltrans District 12 Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

Caltrans District 12 and the California Transportation Foundation (CTF) will award one $1,000 Scholarship. The purpose of the 2017 scholarship competition is to encourage students to consider careers in the changing and exciting world of transportation. The competition seeks to identify and reward the ideas and talents necessary to make tomorrow’s transportation the best it can be.

Contact: Phuong Nguyen at phuong.t.nguyen@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Caltrans District 12 Scholarship Winner:

James Murphy

 

Caltrans Division of Equipment Stanley Jacobs/PECG Mechanical Engineering Scholarship

Scholarship Application Due September 30.

Open to junior-level or above mechanical engineering (ME) and mechanical engineering technology (MET) students attending California State University, Sacramento; University of California, Davis, or University of the Pacific, Stockton. The Division of Equipment is offering one individual a $1,000 scholarship.

Applicants must be in good academic standing (> 2.0 GPA overall and in major), must be continuing in mechanical engineering coursework for the Fall 2017 quarter or semester, plan to pursue a career in the vehicle engineering or construction equipment engineering field. To apply for the Caltrans Division of Equipment Stanley Jacobs/PECG Mechanical Engineering Scholarship download the application here.

Contact: Alex Gutierrez at alex.gutierrez@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2014 Caltrans Division of Equipment Stanley Jacobs/PECG Mechanical Engineering Scholarship Winner:

David Braden

David Braden

Children of Fallen Workers Memorial Scholarship ($1,000 – $2,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

The Children of Fallen Workers Memorial Scholarship provides financial assistance to children of fallen Caltrans workers to help meet their post-high school educational goals. Applicants must be the child or step-child of a Caltrans worker killed on the job, who is currently enrolled in college, vocational school, or a senior in high school who is continuing his/her education. The scholarship award must be used to attend a post-secondary school or institution. This could include any: public or private four-year accredited college or university; two-year accredited college; vocational-technical college or a training institution. Scholarships will be awarded in the amounts of $1,000 – $2,000. The number and size of the scholarships awarded each year will be determined by the cash balance in the fund and number of scholarship applications received.

Contact: CTF at sarah_west@transportationfoundation.org for more information.

2017 Children of Fallen Workers Memorial Scholarship Winner:

Adriana Lopez

Caltrans Right of Way Scholarship

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

College juniors who are related to past or present Caltrans Right of Way employees are eligible to apply.

Contact: Jennifer Lowden at jennifer.lowden@dot.ca.gov for more information.

Caltrans Transportation Planning Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

CTF and the California Department of Transportation, Planning programs, are offering two $1,000 scholarships to promising student assistants or student interns. These scholarships are intended to recognize, encourage, and assist outstanding students who are pursuing a Baccalaureate or Graduate degree in planning or a related field. Applicants must have a demonstrated interest in working in the planning profession. The Caltrans Transportation Planning Scholarship has been discontinued until the Student Program is re-instituted.

Contact: Kevin Chen at kevin.k.chen@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2015 Caltrans Transportation Planning Scholarship Winner:

Coryndon "Charlie" Coles

Coryndon “Charlie” Coles

Cowgill Memorial Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors in the San Bernardino Unified School District intending to major in civil engineering are eligible to apply. The scholarship is given in memory of John Cowgill, an early, esteemed Design Engineer in Caltrans District 8.

Contact: Ann Hill at ann.hill@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Cowgill Memorial Scholarship winner:

Uriel Bazan

CTF Board Scholarship ($2,500)

Scholarship Application Available at the 2018 CTF Transportation Education Symposium!

University students attending the CTF Transportation Education Symposium (for information about the CTF Transportation Education Symposium click here) in 2018 are eligible to apply.

Contact: CTF at sarah_west@transportationfoundation.org for more information.

2018 CTF Board Scholarship Winner:

Carmen Sutherland

CTF Education Symposium Scholarship ($5,000)

Scholarship Application Available at the 2018 CTF Transportation Education Symposium!

University students attending the CTF Transportation Education Symposium (for information about the CTF Transportation Education Symposium click here) in 2017 are eligible to apply.

Contact: CTF at sarah_west@transportationfoundation.org for more information.

2018 CTF Education Symposium Scholarship Winner:

Bryan Esparza

CTF Graduate School Scholarship ($5,000)

Scholarship Application Due April 1, 2019

Students who are studying a transportation related field; are currently enrolled as a student in good standing in a California graduate school, or are currently enrolled in an undergraduate institution and have been accepted into a California graduate school; and are a United States citizen, permanent resident, or studying in legal visa status are eligible to apply. The weight of the selection criteria will be: essay (67%); letter of recommendation (11%); undergrad grades (11%); work, professional experience and leadership (11%). To apply for the CTF Graduate School Scholarship download the application here.

Contact: CTF at sarah_west@transportationfoundation.org for more information.

2018 CTF Graduate School Scholarship Winners:

Amanda McDaniel
$5,000 Recipient

Alexander Melnik
$3,000 Recipient

Hue-Tam Webb Jamme
$1,500 Recipient

Bernice Liu
$1,000 Recipient

 

CTF Heckeroth Scholarship ($5,000)

Scholarship Application Due February 15, 2019

Undergraduate students who attend a California university or community college, major in Civil Engineering, have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 and plan to pursue a career in transportation after graduation are encouraged to apply. The scholarship is competitive and based on the applicant’s commitment to a career in transportation, current achievements and academic record. Eligible applicants are a United States citizen, permanent resident, or documented international student. To apply for the CTF Heckeroth Scholarship download the application here.

Contact: CTF at sarah_west@transportationfoundation.org for more information.

2018 CTF Heckeroth Scholarship Winners:

Marisa Davini

Jared Chrisman

Henry Hammel

 

Debra “Sam” Haack Memorial Scholarship

Debra “Sam” Haack

The Debra “Sam” Haack Memorial Scholarship is collecting donations for it’s endowment. If you would like to make a donation to the scholarship click here.

Applicants must be high school seniors residing in one of the eight counties of Caltrans District 10 – Alpine, Amador, Calaveras, San Joaquin, Mariposa, Merced, Stanislaus and Tuolumne, Eligible Scholarship candidates will be pursuing an educaiton in the trades that relate to Caltrans Maintenance and Operations i.e. -, Diesel Equipment, Technician, Electrical Technology, Heavy Equipment Technician, Welding Technology, etc. Qualifying institutions include the community colleges within the eight counties of Caltrans District 10.

Contact: Catey Campora at cateym@yahoo.com for more information.

Dekema Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Application Available April 1, 2019.

The Dekema Scholarship honors the accomplishments of Jacob Dekema, District 11 Director, from 1955 to 1980. He is credited with shaping much of San Diego County’s freeway systems, including Interstate 805, which is named after the transportation pioneer.

Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements: be a U.S. Citizen, permanent resident, or documented international student; be a high school senior in California or an undergraduate or graduate student from a California state accredited college; have a GPA of 2.5 or higher; pursue or plan to pursue a career in transportation, including, but not limited to: Administration, Construction Management, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Finance, Geography, Information Technology, Public Affairs or Public Policy, City, Regional, or Urban Planning. 

Contact: Carmen Sandoval at carmen.sandoval@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Dekema Scholarship Winners:

Christopher Dunn

Kamran Azhand

 

G. Langsner Memorial Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

University and college undergraduate students majoring in civil engineering and who are professionally affiliated with Caltrans (interns, volunteers, student assistants, employees) are eligible to apply. This scholarship is given in memory of George Langsner a pioneer freeway designer.

Contact: Christina Ortiz at askrecruitment@dot.ca.gov for more information.

Visit: http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/jobs/scholarships.htm

2018 G. Langsner Memorial Scholarship Winners:

Mario Jaramillo, Reedley College

Phuc-Khang Huynh, Cosumnes River College

 

H. Heckeroth Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

University and college undergraduate students majoring in civil engineering, interested in pursuing a career in transportation after graduation, and who are professionally affiliated with Caltrans (interns, volunteers, student assistants, employees) are eligible to apply.

Contact: Christina Ortiz at askrecruitment@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 H. Heckeroth Scholarship Winners:

Faizah Saif, CSU Sacramento

Daniela Gomez Del Rincon, San Diego State University

Hveem Memorial Scholarship ($2,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2018.

Current or former employees, volunteers or student assistants at the Caltrans Trans Lab in Sacramento are eligible to apply. The scholarship is given in memory of Francis N. Hveem a pioneer in highway materials testing.

Contact: Thomas Song at thomas.song@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2017 Hveem Memorial Scholarship Winner:

Julia Giordana

M. Langsner Memorial Scholarship ($750)

Next Scholarship is Available in 2019.

University and college undergraduate students majoring in human resources who are professionally affiliated with Caltrans (interns, volunteers, student assistants, employees) are eligible to apply. This scholarship is awarded in memory of Marian Smith Langsner an esteemed Caltrans Personnel Officer.

Contact: Christina Ortiz at  askrecruitment@dot.ca.gov  for more information.

2016 M. Langsner Memorial Scholarship Winner:

Stephanie Sanfilippo

Stephanie Sanfilippo

 

Roberts Memorial Scholarship ($1,500)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors planning to major in civil engineering are eligible to apply. This scholarship is given in memory of Jim Roberts, a nationally-recognized Caltrans Bridge Engineer.

Contact: Christina Ortiz at askrecruitment@dot.ca.gov for more information.

2018 Roberts Memorial Scholarship Winners:

Branko Otashevich, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

Richenny Bovannak, Cal Poly Pomona

Satow Memorial Scholarship

The Satow Memorial Scholarship is donated annually to the Civil Engineering Department at California State University, Sacramento.

Annual Satow Memorial Scholarship Recipient:

Satow Memorial Scholarship Recipient

Sudhakar Memorial Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

High school seniors who are children of Caltrans employees are eligible to apply. This scholarship is given in memory of Arun Sudhakar, District Branch Chief of the Bay Bridge-New East Span toll bridge.

Contact: Christina Ortiz at askrecruitment@dot.ca.gov for more information.

Visit: http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/jobs/scholarships.htm

2018 Sudhakar Memorial Scholarship winner:

Helina Yirgu, Venice High School

Transportation Scholarship ($1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

Undergraduate university and college students majoring in transportation fields other than civil engineering, and who are professionally affiliated with Caltrans (interns, volunteers, student assistants, employees) are eligible to apply.

Contact: Christina Ortiz at askrecruitment@dot.ca.gov for more information.

Visit: http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/jobs/scholarships.htm

2018 Transportation Scholarship Winners:

Christina Prosperi, National University

Yevgeniy Postnov, CSU Sacramento

Transportation Planning Scholarship ($750)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

CTF and the California Department of Transportation Planning Staff are offering two $750 scholarships to promising Planning Student Assistants. These scholarships are intended to recognize, encourage and assist outstanding students who are pursuing a baccalaureate or a graduate degree in planning or a related field. Applicants must have a demonstrated interest in working in the planning profession.

Contact: Kevin Chen at kevin.k.chen@dot.ca.gov  for more information.

Pat Weston Memorial Scholarship ($750)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

CTF and the California Department of Transportation, Planning programs are offering two $750 scholarships. The applicants must be employed full-time with Caltrans for a minimum of six months, and must be pursuing a degree in Transportation Planning or a related field. You must be working towards a Bachelor’s degree or a Graduate degree at an accredited four year university or college in Planning or a related field, and plan to work in Transportation Planning upon graduation.

Contact: Kevin Chen at kevin.k.chen@dot.ca.gov  for more information.

2017 Pat Weston Memorial Scholarship Winner:

Cole Iwamasa

Sally L. Wyatt Memorial Scholarship ($750 – $1,000)

Next Scholarship Available in 2019.

The Sally L. Wyatt Memorial Scholarship is named after the late Sally Wyatt who was a former auditor for Caltrans Audits and Investigations. Scholarships range from $750 – $1,000 for students who are majoring in or plan to pursue a career in accounting/auditing and want to work in the field of transportation.  The Scholarship is open to students at accredited junior college or universities in Sacramento County and surrounding areas (Yuba City, Lincoln, Davis, Roseville, Chico, etc.)  Please download the application for more information and selection criteria.

Contact: Lynn Carrier at lynn.carrier@dot.ca.gov for more information.

Visit: www.dot.ca.gov/hq/jobs/scholarships.htm

2017 Sally L. Wyatt Memorial Scholarship Winners:

Gabrielle Crispi

Yousuf Tarin


 

Sponsoring Committees

The majority of the scholarship programs involve the active participation of interested employees who organize committees to administer the awards. Eligible students are either graduating high school seniors or college students interested in careers in transportation. The sponsoring committees determine eligible student group, application criteria, selection process and the amount of the awards.  CTF receives contributions to its Scholarship Fund and disburses the grants. The Foundation adds some of its own money in the process – 50% of an initial program year’s grant(s) and 25% in subsequent years.

 

Endowed Programs

The Foundation’s largest endowed program is the Jim Roberts Memorial Fund, currently granting three or four annual $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors interested in transportation careers.

In addition to our cooperative programs, families or groups sometimes create a scholarship program in memory of a loved one or to honor a transportation individual. Some of these programs are short term and others are endowed in perpetuity.  A $1,000 annual award is possible if $20,000 is conservatively invested in today’s economic environment.

 

Establishing a Scholarship

Setting up a scholarship fund correctly requires legal filings with the IRS, audits, and time spent analyzing financial records.  CTF streamlines the process by serving as the fiscal agent for people wishing to establish a transportation scholarship fund. Click here to view CTF’s Scholarship Policy.  If you are interested in establishing a scholarship, contact Sarah West, Executive Director, CTF at 916-489-1629 or sarah_west@transportationfoundation.org.

 

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