Application for the CDSA-ACÉH Conference Bursary
Deadline: March 1, 2021
1) Conference Bursary
CDSA-ACÉH conference bursaries ($200.00 each) are dedicated to helping those in need of financial assistance attend the annual CDSA-ACÉH conference at Congress by offsetting some conference expenses.
- This bursary is open to those who identify as being in need of financial assistance, including students, community members, and others who are un/under-employed.
- Students may be enrolled in programs at any Canadian college or university (at either the undergraduate or graduate level).
- Bursary recipients must attend the CDSA-ACÉH conference in order to receive this money. Recipients who do not attend the conference will not receive the bursary.
- Applicants do not need to be accepted presenters at the CDSA-ACÉH conference in order to apply for and/or receive the bursary.
-At least one bursary will be reserved for an applicant who identifies as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, or a person of colour).
Depending on the year’s budget, approximately five conference bursaries will be assigned through a randomized lottery. Chosen recipients will be notified by e-mail shortly after the deadline.
Bursaries will be distributed via e-transfer. Receipts or proof of expenses are not required. We ask that those selected for bursaries who no longer plan on attending Congress kindly let us know as soon as possible so that we can pass your bursary on to a different applicant who is attending Congress.
Are you currently a student?
Do you identify as being in financial need?
Do you identify as Black, Indigenous or a person of colour? (At least one conference bursary will be reserved for applicants who identify as BIPOC.)
Do you plan on attending this year’s CDSA-ACÉH conference?
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