Sponsoring a Student
Filling out this survey will help the American Landscape Institute (ALI) identify companies interested in sponsoring a an employee or a student in 2021

ALI will help students match with participating companies. Students must go through each companies' interview process. If he/she is hired, the student will work for your company during the spring/summer of 2021. In September 2021, students will attend all day classes every Friday, at the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), for 2 years. The classes are held at the CCBC Dundalk campus.
Students might also attend field trips/workshops 1 Saturday each semester, depending upon the class.The student will earn 39 college credits and a 2 Year Certificate in Landscape Installation, Maintenance and Design from CCBC, while gaining valuable on-the-job training at your company. Participating companies pay an 80% scholarship towards the student's tuition, the student pays 20%.The total cost to sponsor a student is approx. $950 per semester, for 7 semesters.
Email *
Name of Business *
Does your company want to sponsor a student for the American Landscape Institute program in 2021? *
Do you have any current employees that you want to sponsor for this program in 2020? *
How many new students (in other words, a student that is NOT a current employee) will you sponsor in 2021? *
If your company is not ready to sponsor in 2021, would you be ready in 2022? *
Would your company allow a group of students to tour your facility on a Saturday field trip? *
Would you allow a group of students to tour a project/jobsite on a Saturday field trip? *
What are the busiest seasons for your company? (check all that apply) *
Does your company close at all during the winter? *
What is your slowest season for your company? (check only 1) *
Please check the categories that apply to your company: *
Address *
Contact Person *
phone number-office *
cell phone number (optional)
Please describe in a short paragraph why your company would like to participate in the ALI program. *
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