There are very limited scholarships available for this conference. We encourage you to apply early and before you register if you need a scholarship in order to attend the conference. Please review the scholarship application guidelines carefully to determine your eligibility.
The scholarships only cover lodging (for the duration of the conference) and limited travel costs (e.g., airfare, mileage, and limited ground transportation -- NO RENTAL CARS are allowed). Participants must be able to cover the conference registration fees and per diem costs. Participants must also commit to attend the entire conference in order to be eligible for a scholarship. Participants who are awarded scholarships will be reimbursed for the approved costs following timely submission of their scholarship reimbursement forms and required receipts within 45 - 60 days.
Below are the scholarship opportunities:
- California Rape Crisis Center Scholarships - sponsored by California Department of Public Health and Cal EMA. These scholarships are only available to California Rape Crisis Centers funded by Cal EMA's RCC operations grants or CDPH's RPE grants.
- National Scholarships for survivors of sexual assault, advocates, and rape prevention educators from the United States and/or its territories.
Scholarship applications will be reviewed as received. Apply early as scholarships will be awarded only as funds are available.
Other scholarship opportunties are available through the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC). You must apply directly to OVC for this scholarship award. Click here to apply.
All applicants who have applied for a scholarship will be notified via email of approval or denial.
For further information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Scholarship recipients will receive registration instructions with award notice.