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The Captain Haggerty -Dog Professionals Conference Scholarship ProgramThe IACP is offering the Captain Haggerty Dog Professional Conference Scholarship,. If you know any young adults that have an interest in dogs and would like to attend the annual conference at no charge, this opportunity is for them!
Scholarship Program Rules:
Anyone may enter that are between the ages of 18-25 years old.
A 500-600 word essay is to be written by the applicant on `Why they would like to attend the IACP Annual Educational Conference', which should include their dog experience, if any, and the goals they hope to obtain within the field of "dogs".
Submissions must be RECEIVED no later than July 1st 2016 .
All submissions will be forwarded to the Conference Scholarship Committee, who will review all essays and announce a winner no later than August 8th, 2016. This will allow approximately 4 weeks for travel plans to be arranged by the recipient.
The 'winner' will be given a free admission and lunch to the entire IACP Annual Educational Conference, and up to a $500.00 stipend toward travel arrangements and hotel expenses.
This program will not only expose young adults to the IACP, but it will also show them some of the wonderful opportunities they can have to work with dogs. So, get those young people writing and we hope to meet them at the conference.
Please send all essays to:
15549 Vinola Dr.
e-mail also accepted firstname.lastname@example.org
2016: Melanie Herrod
2015: Chelsea Neville
2014: Cheyanne Edwards and Daniel Nespolinio
2013: Hailey J. Mauldrin
2012: Ardynn Brooks, Emily Fundaugh
2011: Marianna Langon
2010: Karis Dunstan,Jenai Garcia, Maile Hirano
2008: Lesha Koch
2007: Valerie Harris
2006: Kathi Hamlin
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