The Kansas Motor Carriers Association is: 
  • A member driven organization that serves and promotes the trucking and transportation industry.
  • THE VOICE for the trucking industry in the state of Kansas.
  • Provider of a wide variety of services from fuel and mileage tax reports to safety seminars and driver recognition programs.

To learn more about KMCA, click here.

deadline 2012

Applications are now online for 2014-2015. Visit the scholarship page for complete information and an application.

The Kansas Motor Carriers Association Foundation is a non-profit educational, public relations, research and community service organization created by the Kansas Motor Carriers Association to promote the transportation industry to the people of Kansas. KMCA represents more than 1,100 truck lines and allied industries operating in Kansas.

Drivers, dock workers, mechanics, office personnel, etc. are among the thousands of people each day who contribute to a strong, efficient transportation industry in Kansas. Many of these individuals are seeking advancement in a transportation related endeavor through education. The Kansas Motor Carriers Association Foundation would like to help some of these students in their efforts by providing scholarships to those seeking higher education (college, community college, vocational/technical training) in a transportation related field.

Scholarship recipients will be selected on the basis of their academic achievement, community involvement and financial need. The Foundation will provide financial assistance for college and trade school students. Scholarships may be used to meet expenses such as tuition, books, and housing.

Scholarship applicants must be high school graduates or seniors. They must also be attending school full-time, 12-hours per semester. Applicants, including previous KMCA Foundation Scholarship recipients may apply each qualifying year. More information on eligibility and scholarship application requirements can be found on the scholarship page of this website.

Scholarship recipients will be chosen by the five members of the Board of Trustees of the Kansas Motor Carriers Association Foundation.