Julie Robinson Emerging Leader Professional Development Scholarship

ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP

The Julie Robinson Emerging Leader Professional Development Scholarship was created in memory of Julie to recognize her impact on city management through her enduring mentorships and passion for professional development. This $5,000 scholarship is for an emerging leader, currently working in the field of city management, whose goal is to become a city manager. Julie was a big fan of learning and especially benefitted from The Gettysburg Institute. This scholarship is designed to provide a TCMA member with a once-in-a-lifetime experience at a national training event that will help launch their career.

Applicants should submit a 400-word or less essay describing their professional development goals, how they intend to use the scholarship funds, and a description of why they need this scholarship. Scholarship funds will be handled on a reimbursement basis.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Applicants should submit a 400-word or less essay describing their professional development goals, how they intend to use the scholarship funds, and a description of why they need this scholarship. Scholarship funds will be handled on a reimbursement basis.

ABOUT Julie Robinson

Julie Robinson served as the city administrator of the City of Spring Valley Village and the city manager of the cities of Dickinson and Oak Point. Julie was active in TCMA, having served on the Board of Directors, various committees and task forces, and as Region 6 president. Julie was the 2018 recipient of the TCMA Mentoring Award in Memory of Gary Gwyn. TCMA captured her spirit for life in the TCMA podcast episode Managing When Life Happens.

CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION

For more information on the Julie Robinson Scholarship, please call TCMA at 512-231-7400, or email TCMA.