NCFR Student Access Grant
The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) is committed to redressing systemic racism and opening doors where racial and ethnic barriers stand. To ensure inclusion of People of Color in the discipline of Family Science, NCFR announces the launch of the NCFR Student Access Grant. The grant will support 1 year of NCFR membership and registration fees for the 2020 NCFR Annual Conference for students from historically marginalized racial or ethnic populations. NCFR membership and annual conference participation provides opportunities critical to academic and professional development and advancement:
- Exposure to the varied pedagogy of Family Science
- Enhanced learning with conference plenary, special sessions, posters, and workshops
- Access to emerging research with journals, publications, and webinars
- Interaction with universities’ students and faculty and clinical researchers and practitioners using online discussion groups and joining NCFR sections and focus groups
- Peer-to-peer networking and mentoring opportunities with established membership programs
- Exposure to potential employers with access to job postings
How to Request Grant Support:
Complete this form by Oct. 31, 2020.
Completed submissions should be submitted no later than Oct. 31, 2020. Students will receive a registration voucher code to use when registering to virtually attend the 2020 NCFR Annual Conference, Nov. 11-13, 2020. For more information on the NCFR Student Access Grant, visit our website or connect with Maddie Hansen.
How to Donate to the Grant:
The NCFR Student Access Grant is a new funding opportunity launching in fall 2020. Funding is dedicated to support People of Color with NCFR membership and 2020 NCFR Annual Conference registration. To donate or learn more about the NCFR Student Access Fund, visit our website or connect with Susan Baker.