SoCal WCA grant application
The Southern California Writing Centers Association is pleased to offer travel grants of up to $500 to help SoCal WCA members, including both professional staff and student employees, attend or present at relevant professional conferences and events.

To apply, please complete the following fields, including a link to the conference presentation proposal acceptance (if applicable) and a completed budget worksheet.

Are you applying for the SoCal WCA Professional Staff Travel Scholarship or the SoCal WCA Student Staff Travel Scholarship? *
Name of conference or event: *
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First Name *
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Last Name *
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Institution *
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Title *
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Position type *
Email *
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Phone *
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Mailing Address *
Street Address, Address Line 2, City, State, ZIP Code. **PLEASE NOTE: This should be the address to which you would like the check sent, should you be awarded a travel scholarship.**
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Please submit a written statement of 250 words articulating how receiving the travel grant might benefit you, your writing center, the region, and/or the field. *
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If presenting, please link to a confirmation of your presentation proposal acceptance (e.g., screenshot or file on Google Drive or Dropbox). Please configure sharing settings so that anyone with the link may view it.
If you have not yet received a proposal acceptance from the conference organizers, please complete the application form regardless; the Scholarship Committee will consider your application on its merits. When you receive confirmation of your proposal being accepted for presentation, please email documentation to Wendy Menefee-Libey at menefee@hmc.edu. If your proposal is not accepted for presentation, no worries, please just let the Scholarship Committee know, again by emailing menefee@hmc.edu.
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