The NACM Oregon Foundation was established and incorporated on January 1, 1997. The Foundation is an independent, public benefit, nonprofit organization. The Foundation provides scholarships to assist credit professionals in the pursuit of education and training. This includes participation in educational programs and conferences, and the achievement of professional designations. The Foundation raises funds to support such scholarship opportunities. The Foundation Board of Directors, composed of unpaid volunteers, manage Foundation programs.
Since its establishment, the Foundation has awarded over $91,000 in scholarships in support of a large variety of educational and professional development pursuits. To apply for a scholarship, complete the Scholarship Application.
You also may apply for professional certification support. To apply, complete the Professional Certification Support Award.
The NACM Oregon Foundation promotes and advances the professionalism of individuals in credit management and provides career development opportunities.
Phylliss Clark Memorial Fund
The Phylliss Clark Memorial Fund was established in honor of the well-known and respected manager of the NACM Oregon education/communications department, who died in 1993. Because of Phylliss Clark’s strong interest in and commitment to education, and her dedicated service to NACM and CFDD, a memorial endowment was established in her name. Earnings are used to promote education of CFDD credit professionals. These two annual scholarships are awarded to first-time attendees of the CFDD National Conference.
Feel free to contact us about the Foundation.