Bursaries for Alberta-Based Key Staff and Volunteers
Canada’s second national mentoring conference will advance the unique contributions of mentoring to the well-being for children and youth, volunteer mentors and communities across Canada by highlighting innovative partnerships, promising practices or programs and the state of the research.
Provided through a generous grant from Family and Community Support Services Association of Alberta (FCSSAA), The Alberta Mentoring Partnership has a limited number of bursaries to allow staff / key volunteers to attend the 2016 National Mentoring Symposium.
The applicant organization MUST be located in ALBERTA. Priorities will be given to mentoring programs located in rural and remote communities throughout Alberta as well as programs supporting Indigenous or newcomer children and youth.
Please e-mail your applications to the National Mentoring Symposium 2016 Bursary Selection Committee at email@example.com
Deadline is June 1, 2016
As more bursary options become available for participants from across Canada,
they will be posted here and communicated through the
Alberta Mentoring Partnership and Big Brother, Big Sisters Canada.