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The Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (CATAP) offers one scholarship annually to support attendance at the annual workshop and conference by a professional who might not otherwise be able to attend. Scholarships consist of full registration to attend the workshop and conference and three (3) nights of hotel accommodation. Scholarships will be awarded annually contingent on availability of funds.

Eligibility

Applicants must be currently employed at a non-profit organization in Canada that has service goals relevant to threat assessment and management and/or public safety.

Selection Considerations

All applications will be reviewed by the CATAP Scholarships Committee. Applications will be judged on the relevance of the educational opportunity to the applicant’s job, the applicant’s contributions to his/her professional community, and financial barriers to attending the conference without scholarship support.

 

Application Materials

  1. Letter of self-nomination describing (1) your current position, (2) relevance and benefits of attending the CATAP workshop and conference to your professional responsibilities, (3) contributions to your professional community, and (4) any financial barriers to attendance in absence of scholarship funding.
  2. One letter of recommendation from your supervisor and one letter from a colleague or professional contact.

 

Submission Procedures

  1. Collate your letter of self-nomination and two letters of recommendation into a single PDF and email to info@catap.ca with the subject line “CATAP SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION”.
  2. Applications must be received by 04 September 2018.

Terms and Conditions of Acceptance

The successful applicant will be notified by e-mail by 07 September 2018. The award winner must respond in writing to confirm acceptance by the deadline identified in the e-mail notification. If the applicant does not respond by the deadline, the scholarship shall be rescinded without appeal. Scholarships are non-transferable and have no redeemable cash value. The award recipient is required to stay at the conference hotel unless she or he lives within driving distance of the conference venue.

Award recipients are responsible for arranging and funding their travel and any other related costs incurred from attending the annual CATAP workshop and conference. CATAP will make the hotel reservation on behalf of the award recipient; the award recipient is responsible for paying for any accommodation costs in excess of the three (3) nights of hotel awarded as part of this scholarship.

Applicants who are not selected are strongly encouraged to resubmit the following year if they meet eligibility criteria.

We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity. Please apply today!

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