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Thank you for your interest in the CAMFT Educational Foundation Scholarships and Grant Program. Applications are now open until November 3, 2023. You may only apply for ONE Scholarship. If you apply for more than one, none of your applications will be considered.
Before filling out your online application, we encourage you to review CAMFT’s Mission Statement, Strategic Plan and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement which speaks to the associations’ priority to diversity within the industry and the populations its members are serving.
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The CAMFT Educational Foundation Scholarship provides financial assistance to a person who exhibits the following:
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This scholarship honors the memory of Ronald D. Lunceford by providing financial assistance to a person who exhibits the following:
This scholarship honors the memory of Frank Galassi and his partner of 30 years, Scott Hamilton by providing financial assistance to a person who exhibits the following:
To honor and support the work on MFTs who work with children, Gerry Grossman has set up a Fund for a qualified applicant who meets the following criteria to receive the scholarship:
The Educational Foundation Scholarship commemorating Clinton E. Phillips honors his memory by providing financial assistance to a person who has demonstrated the following:
The Educational Foundation Grant is designed for licensed or pre-licensed individuals in the field of marriage and family therapy who either individually or as a group need financial assistance to engage in a project or activity which will enhance the knowledge, skills and abilities of members of the profession, including but not limited to:
Applicants are encouraged (but not required) to collaborate with other entities and sources of funding, so that the CAMFT Educational Foundation funds are used to leverage other grants, if appropriate. This grant is intended to provide a benefit to the profession and is not intended for personal gain or benefit. "