The Child Life Council (CLC) is pleased to announce the availability of several international scholarships to attend the CLC 32nd Annual Conference on Professional Issues in New Orleans, Louisiana, which takes place May 22-25, 2014, at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside.
Each scholarship will cover registration for the conference, up to five nights lodging at the conference hotel, actual cost of economy round-trip airfare up to—but not exceeding— $1,800 US, and a small stipend for meals and incidentals. At its discretion, CLC may offer additional partial scholarships that will cover attendees’ registration fees, hotel accommodations, and a small stipend for meals and incidentals (airfare not included).
Applicants may be from any country outside North America. Applications are encouraged from any health care professional from outside North America who has an interest in the psychosocial care of children. The award process will look most favorably on professional practitioners or administrators in a position to be able to introduce, or greatly enhance, psychosocial care consistent with child life practice and principles in their respective parts of the world. Applicants must have proficiency in English, as it is the official language of the conference.
Click here to download the Application as a Word document . Please complete the application and submit it to the CLC office as an attachment to an e-mail sent to email@example.com (preferred method); or by fax to +1.301.881.7092; or by postal mail to 11821 Parklawn Drive, Suite 310, Rockville, MD 20852 USA. If you have difficulty downloading the Word application from this website, notify the CLC office and supply us with an e-mail address, fax number, or postal mailing address and we will send you an application form. All applications must be received by the CLC office no later than October 30, 2013. Deadlines cannot be waived or extended due to delays in communication or delivery.
A committee appointed by the CLC Board will review applications and select recipients. Awardees will be named and all applicants will be notified of the decision by early January 2014.