The William M. Voigt, CAPP Scholarship Fund was established in 1997 to benefit CAPP applicants in need of financial support to earn the credential. The scholarship fund is designed to provide financial assistance to support applicants’ efforts to achieve and maintain the CAPP credential.

The CAPP Certification Board offers scholarships to offset registration fees, travel, and lodging expenses related to earning and maintaining the CAPP credential.

  • If requesting assistance for professional development to support an application, applicants must demonstrate progress toward the required 50 eligibility points.
  • If requesting assistance toward recertification requirements, a CAPP must demonstrate that he or she has accumulated a minimum of 6 recertification points supporting the three-year, 20-point requirement.
  • There is a lifetime award limit of $2,500 per applicant.

Applying for a Scholarship

Download the CAPP Candidate Handbook for all the details. 

Scholarship application forms are downloadable here.

All information included on the scholarship application is kept confidential and secure in accordance with the IPMI privacy policy.

Scholarships are provided to individuals needing to attend in-person training and/or professional development courses per the scholarship guidelines.  Applications are accepted year-round but must be submitted at least six weeks prior to the event. Award decisions are made within 30 days of application.

Questions concerning the scholarship program should be directed to