Scholarship Information

One Stanley W. Strew scholarship opportunity is available.  A $3,000.00 scholarship sponsored by the California Association of Pest Control Advisers (CAPCA) will be selected by the Stanley W Strew Education Fund Board of Trustees.

Who Can Apply?
The scholarship will be given to a college student who:

  • Is currently attending school as an incoming Junior, Senior or Grad Student
  • Plans to pursue a career in pest management
  • Has a 2.5 GPA or better

When Should I Apply?
To be eligible for consideration for the 2017 scholarship, applications must be postmarked no later than May 5th, 2017. Winners will be notified the first week of July 2017.

2017 Scholarship Application

Questions?                                                                                                                                                                                    Contact Rachel at CAPCA - 916-928-1625 x 202 or email

Award Information

CAPCA Member of The Year

This award is limited to a CAPCA member that is a licensed Pest Control Adviser and recognizes his/her contribution back to the PCA profession via CAPCA activities the PCA performs above and beyond the norm, or to advance the understanding, recognition and/or professionalism of the PCAs.

Does the individual participate in CAPCA committees and activities, allied organizations, local community projects (i.e., Scouting, Kiwanis, etc?)

This PCA strives for integrity, continual personal improvement, "gives back" to the industry, is looked upon as a leader, is respected by many, and cares about making a difference within the PCA profession, as well as agriculture and horticulture in general.

Outstanding Contribution To California Agriculture

  1. Individuals, companies, or organizations can qualify for this award.
  2. They may come form any industry (i.e., legislators, media, medical, agriculture, entertainment, etc.).
  3. In a given year the recipient could have:
    • led a successful small- or large-scale public relations program, or
    • an educational program, or
    • could have accomplished something particularly proactive, or
    • developed an agricultural/horticultural tool which will change industry forever
  4. On the other hand, perhaps the recipient could be one who CONSISTENTLY participates and volunteers over a span of years for a variety of projects, issues, etc. for the good of agriculture/horticulture.
Martin Alfaro CAPCA Scholarship Winner Pedro Martinez CAPCA Scholarship Winner Henry Buckwalter 2016 CAPCA Member of the Year Martin Reid Outstanding Contribution to Agriculture Winner 2016


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