4Roy G. Post was the founding chief executive of WM Symposia, the sponsor of the annual international WM Conference.
The Roy G. Post Foundation is a non-profit organization formed by his students, peers and protégés to provide scholarships to students
to develop careers in the safe management of nuclear materials and to participate in the WM Conference.
The Roy G. Post Foundation (RGPF) has given over $4 million to more than 150 students in post-secondary educational programs, pursuing a degree related to the nuclear life cycle. In addition, WMS helps develop technical managers needed for the global market by providing significant educational support to undergraduate and graduate students. WMS and the RGPF continue to successfully connect the best and brightest students with leading companies in the nuclear industry and have been increasing its efforts to interest students in a career in the radwaste and energy industries.
For more information about the Roy G. Post Foundation, please visit our website at www.roygpost.org.
The Roy G. Post Foundation team up with Perma-Fix for the
Perma-Fix / WMS 13th Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Saturday, March 7, 2020
11 AM Shotgun Start/Scramble Format
Devil’s Claw Course at the Whirlwind Golf Club
Registration is open & sponsorship opportunities are available.
To register and for sponsorship opportunities details, click here.
Support the RGPF
Different ways to support the RGPF:
Become a Golf Sponsor
Sponsorship give your company valuable visibility throughout the round and are recognized with extremely attractive appreciation plaques at the award ceremony.
Post Foundation Champions’ Challenge
The Waste Management Symposia completed its most highly attended conference at WM2019 and we have set a goal to double our contribution to university scholarships and STEM education.
We’ve created the Post Foundation Champions’ Challenge to achieve this goal, allowing individuals and corporations to contribute to the Roy G. Post Foundation. You can help us make a great impact by donating as little as $250.
John and Bonnie Longenecker of Longenecker & Associates – a longtime and generous sponsor of the RGPF – have pledged to contribute $250,000 over the next 10 years to the program. Their vision is to challenge the nuclear leadership interested in giving back to an industry which has been a big part of their lives and to pledge support for the next generation of bright young minds.
To achieve our commitment to double the contribution to our scholarship program and STEM education, we are encouraging individuals and corporations to make long term contributions to the RGPF as John & Bonnie Longenecker have done.