This page provides information on training scholarship programs that can be applied to attend MRSC Trainings upon approval by the agency providing the scholarship.
If you are in need of a scholarship and none of the options below apply to your government agency, please contact us.
RMSA Scholarship Program
For city and town agencies that are RMSA members
The Risk Management Service Agency (RMSA) provides scholarships to help its members attend pre-approved workshops and trainings.
RMSA Scholarships are only available to current members of the RMSA. Members must submit an application, prior to attending an event, for consideration of scholarship approval by RMSA staff. RMSA Scholarships provide reimbursement of registration costs only for trainings intended to improve risk management skills or reduce liability and property risk exposures and are available on a first-come-first-serve basis.
To find out if your city or town is eligible, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360) 753-4137.
WCIA Scholarship Program
For city, town, and other government agencies that are WCIA members
The Washington Cities Insurance Authority (WCIA) has an extensive training and education menu to serve members. They deliver municipal risk management trainings state-wide, offering annual regional training programs as well as co-sponsored programs.
In addition to the comprehensive training programs offered, WCIA provides support for member's staff development through partial financing of member requested on-site trainings, referred to as Exclusive Trainings and the WCIA Training Reimbursement Program, which provides members with reimbursement for eligible certificate or accredited programs. Programs not listed on the list of eligible programs are subject to approval by WCIA.
For additional information, please contact WCIA Member Services at email@example.com or call (206) 575-6046.
WCRP Scholarship Program
For county agencies that are WCRP members
The Washington Counties Risk Pool (WCRP) provides scholarship funds to assist member counties in accessing opportunities for training in risk management. The training is to be liability-related, benefit the individual county and, if possible, brought back and shared with the entire Risk Pool membership. The WCRP Scholarships cover the cost of the registration only and are awarded based on the availability of funds. Requests for funds are submitted to the WCRP by the member county's risk manager and analyzed by Risk Pool staff for approval.
For additional information on eligibility, scholarship criteria, and the application process, please visit WCRP’s Scholarship Program webpage.
Enduris Scholarship Program
For special purpose districts that are Enduris members
Enduris provides scholarships to help its members attend pre-approved workshops and trainings in loss control and risk management to reduce the frequency and severity of member claims. Consideration will be given based on the following parameters:
- Applicant must be an employee, volunteer, or Board member of an Enduris member entity.
- Funding is provided in the form of entity reimbursement.
- Eligibility for reimbursement is limited to education topics that will reduce member exposures.
- Confirmation of attendance or course completion may be requested.
Apply for a scholarship by completing this form. For additional information, please contact Sindy Joseph at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CIAW Scholarship Program
For agencies that are CIAW members
The Cities Insurance Association of Washington (CIAW) provides scholarship funds to provide financial assistance to CIAW members to help promote training around risk management. Requests for funds are submitted to the Clear Risk Solutions risk manager and reviewed by the CIAW Fiscal Committee for approval.
For additional information on eligibility or scholarship application, please visit the CIAW scholarship webpage.
WRCIP Scholarship Program
For agencies that are WRCIP members
The Washington Rural Counties Insurance Program (WRCIP) provides scholarship funds to provide financial assistance to WRCIP members to help promote training around risk management. Requests for funds are submitted to the Clear Risk Solution risk manager and reviewed by the WRCIP Fiscal Committee for approval.
For additional information on eligibility or scholarship application, please visit the WRCIP scholarship webpage.