WACAC IDEA Grant Application to Attend NACAC's Virtual GWI
WACAC's IDEA Committee, together with our WACAC Board leadership, would like to facilitate the attendance of 10 WACAC members to NACAC's Guiding the Way to Inclusion Virtual Conference. You can learn more about this conference here:
This grant will cover the registration cost ($100-$125 depending on whether or not you are currently a NACAC member). The WACAC IDEA committee is also happy to help you appeal to your supervisor(s) so that you will be given the time needed to attend and be fully present during these days. We are strongly encouraging new members to WACAC to apply, especially if your work is centered on inclusion and diversity.
The application deadline has been extended to Monday, July 6 at 5:00 p.m. PDT.
If you have any questions about this application or this grant, please do not hesitate to email us at
Name you would like to be addressed by, if not your First Name listed above.
This will help ensure that the selection committee is respecting your pronouns during our discussions.
Institution, School, or Organization
How will this grant and participation in NACAC GWI support your continued professional development? (suggested range of 100-250 words, but space is not limited)
Description from the NACAC GWI site: NACAC’s Guiding the Way to Inclusion (GWI) conference is aimed at secondary, postsecondary, and CBO college admission professionals committed to championing the needs of diverse students within the college admission process. The annual gathering offers educational sessions regarding multicultural recruitment and campus inclusion while also providing a shared space for like-minded professionals to reflect on current issues and share best practices related to equity in higher education. Small group sessions, roundtable discussions, and networking opportunities provide avenues for both personal and professional growth.
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