NFDA PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S CONFERENCE SCHOLARSHIPS
Since 2002 generous donor support has allowed the Foundation award scholarships to help bring together the women of funeral service who are making a difference in the profession and in the communities they serve. NFDA’s Professional Women’s Conference offers women of funeral service an opportunity come together to network, collaborate and learn from one another. The 2018 Conference will be held April 13-15 at One Ocean Resort & Spa in Atlantic Beach, Florida.
NFDA PROFESSIONAL WOMEN’S CONFERENCE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE HAS PASSED.
Winners will be announced in the coming weeks.
- This scholarship is intend for women of funeral service only.
- The scholarship is open to women who are verifiably employed in funeral service or a related occupation; or a student of funeral service enrolled in an ABFSE-accredited program.
- Past recipients of Funeral Service Foundation scholarships for the NFDA Professional Women’s Conference are ineligible.
- Scholarships will be awarded without regard to race, religious beliefs, age, national origin, or disability.
- Each candidate is required to submit a 750 to 1,000-word essay and a brief video.
- DEADLINE: February 15.
Terms & Guidelines
- Scholarships are not renewawable and a candidate may only receive this award once.
- Recipients are required to attend all conference functions, and should plan travel accordingly.
- If unable to attend designated scholarship events, the scholarship recipient will forfeit her scholarship for that year, but may apply in subsequent years.
- All scholarships are subject to available funds.
- All award decisions of the Funeral Service Foundation are final.
- Alternates may be selected in the event that a scholarship recipient decides not to accept the award.
- Only completed applications will be considered. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
- The Funeral Service Foundation reserves the right to eliminate from consideration incomplete applications without further notice to the applicant.