Deadline Nears for
Education Grant Applications

The APA Payroll Education Grants, founded in 1992, are designed to encourage professional growth through APA's payroll training and educational offerings. These grants are presented each year to eight outstanding members of the APA in recognition of their professional and personal commitment to continuing education. The top award includes free payroll training for an entire year, including registration, round-trip airfare, and hotel accommodations (up to five nights) for the 35th Annual Congress in Orlando (travel itinerary must be approved by APA).

  • One Complete APA Payroll Training Package
  • Two APA Course/Conference Grants
  • Three The Payroll Source Grants
  • Global Cash Card Payroll Education Grant
  • Global Cash Card Payroll Publication Grant
These grants will be presented at the 35th Annual Congress in May. To apply, visit the APA website. Log in with your APA ID first (the Payroll Education Grants are only available to members), then apply online. The application is due February 14, 2017.

To be considered for an Education Grant, members must complete an online application by February 14, 2017. APA sponsors six of the eight grants, while Global Cash Card sponsors two of its own. The application will be live by Monday, December 19.

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It Pays to Know

President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law on August 14, 1935.

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