Interested individuals should complete the application on the AIR Forum Scholarship web page and upload the required documents when they are ready to submit the entire application. Completed applications must be received by midnight on February 26. Recipients will be notified on or before April 1 about the outcome of their application.
The completed proposal must include:
- A statement by the applicant describing the anticipated benefits of attending the AIR Forum and planned forms of participation at the conference (workshops, volunteer work, etc.). This statement should be limited to 500 words.
- A statement of financial need that includes a detailed budget. The budget should include all expected expenses and any support that has already been secured or is expected. Please see the Projected Travel Budget Template for a sample budget document.
- A letter of support from a supervisor addressing the financial need and professional development benefits to the applicant. This statement of support should include assurance that the applicant has permission to attend the AIR Forum as an “on-the-clock” activity and a guarantee that costs to attend the AIR Forum that are not covered by this grant will be paid for by the institution.
- See the AIR Forum Scholarship Rubric to help you prepare your application materials.