The NCAC is no longer accepting scholarship applications to the 33rd International Symposium on
The scholarship covers the registration fee only, not travel or lodging.
Scholarships include access to all Symposium workshops, daily continental breakfast and lunch, evening social activities, and transportation between official hotels and Symposium venues.
Choose one of the graphics below to start your application.
Applicants can apply as an Individual and/or as part of a Multidisciplinary Team. Multidisciplinary Teams may consist of up to five team members (Law Enforcement; Child Protective Services; District Attorney; and two other team members). If your Team is selected, all members of the Team will be awarded a scholarship. If you desire a Team Scholarship, only one person needs to complete an application that includes information for each Team member. Only one scholarship can be offered per applicant, regardless of how many ways you apply.
Applicants were notified on December 16, 2016
Applicants and the MDT Point of Contact (POC) were notified on December 16, 2016 via email whether or not they have received a scholarship.
For scholarship questions, please contact Sarah Hubbard.
Scholarships to the 33rd International Symposium on Child Abuse are provided by a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and are available to U.S. residents only.