Five Scholarships for CNCH 2012 available! Deadline November 1st

Posted By DLaVallee on September 27, 2011

The Conference of Northern California Handweavers awards scholarships to individuals for its annual conference – any member in good standing of a CNCH guild is eligible to apply for a scholarship!  Applications are due November 1, 2011.

Applications will be available on the web site, www.cnch.org (go down the left hand column – click on forms/publications and then click on scholarship guidelines and application), from your weaving guild liaison(s), by contacting the CNCH Administrative Assistant Erin Maclean, P.O. Box 191119, Sacramento, CA 95819-1119, or use this link: http://www.cnch.org/about-2/publications/.

The rules:

To be eligible for the scholarship, applicant must be a member in good standing of a guild which is a member of CNCH, Inc. Applicant must not have been awarded this scholarship in the past five years.

Awards will not be made on the basis of financial need. The applicant will describe her/his fiber interests and her/his reasons for wanting to attend CNCH 2012 Conference. Selection will be based on both the applicant’s personal goals and upon how they plan to share their experience to their guild.

Five scholarships in the amount of Early Bird registration of $280 are available for CNCH 2012 Conference, one for each CNCH geographic Area.

The scholarship committee consists of at least three members from the CNCH Advisory Board. The committee does not have access to applicant’s names.

Applications are due by November 1, 2011. The scholarship committee will make its selection for the award by November 15th. Applicants should register for the conference using Regonline or by mail paying the registration fees.  Awardees will be sent a check from CNCH, INC to reimburse for those fees once registration and guild membership is confirmed.

If the scholarship recipient is unable to attend CNCH 2012 Conference for any reason, the recipient needs to notify the CNCH committee as early as possible to be able to award the scholarship to another individual, if time allows.