Prospective high school or current college students studying engineering, management, planning, mechanics or any other transportation-related field are eligible to apply
for a Cincinnati Chapter of the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials
COMTO will work to further its mission of ensuring “a level playing field and maximum participation in the transportation industry for all individuals, businesses and communities through information sharing, training, educational and professional development” at its April 21 scholarship luncheon.
Scholarships ranging from $750-$2,500 will be awarded to eligible and deserving students.
According to Brandy Jones, Cincinnati COMTO president, pursuing a career in the transportation industry presents opportunities with much potential both now and for years to come.
“The transportation sector is thriving and can be a very rewarding career choice,” says Jones, who serves as public relations manager for Metro.
Students can apply for the Mallory Humanitarian Scholarship, the First Transit Achievement Scholarship and the MV Achievement Scholarship, while current COMTO members are also eligible to apply for the Will Scott Scholarship if interested in career development. Nearly $10,000 will be awarded at the scholarship luncheon.
“Through our scholarship program, we hope to inspire interest in the transportation industry and help develop its future leaders,” Jones says.
Applicants must complete and submit required information by the March 31 deadline.
• If you are a current or prospective student interested in the transportation industry, apply
for a Cincinnati COMTO scholarship.
• Learn more about COMTO
, and consider becoming a member.
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