The Foundation recognizes that celebrants who serve families extends beyond licensed funeral directors. Oftentimes hospice and healthcare professionals, clergy, chaplains, educators, counselors, social workers, and others work with funeral homes to provide families with personalized and meaningful memorialization experiences.
Scholarships are available to those who are verifiably affiliated with at least one funeral home and are interested in becoming a Certified Celebrant.
Ten scholarships are available to those who are verifiably affiliated with at least one funeral home and are interested in becoming a Certified Celebrant. Offered by Insight Institute, the scholarship is available solely for the seminar held June 19-21 at the NFDA Headquarters in Brookfield, Wisconsin.
Valued at up to $2,000, scholarships cover registration fees, two nights of hotel accommodations and up to $500 in travel reimbursement. Registration for the seminar opens on April 19, 2024.