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NFMLTA Travel Support Grants for Foreign Language Professionals (Including Graduate Students)
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Instituted in 2017, this grant is intended to help defray the costs of conference attendance by foreign language professionals during the academic year 2018. A maximum of 10 awards with a limit of $1,000 of reimbursable expenses (reimbursable against original receipts) per awardee will be made. Earlier submissions are encouraged, as conference acceptances and cost information becomes available to applicants.

2/1/2018
When: Thursday, February 1, 2018
Where: United States

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NFMLTA Travel Support Grants for Foreign Language Professionals (Including Graduate Students)

Application deadline: February 1, 2018; Notification of awards: March 1, 2018

Instituted in 2017, this grant is intended to help defray the costs of conference attendance by foreign language professionals during the academic year 2018.  A maximum of 10 awards with a limit of $1,000 of reimbursable expenses (reimbursable against original receipts) per awardee will be made. Earlier submissions are encouraged, as conference acceptances and cost information becomes available to applicants.

Application information:

·        The application includes a brief narrative (250–300 words) that provides information on the applicant’s educational background and position, contextualizes the topic of the presentation in the applicant’s career, and indicates need for support in relation to other possible sources of support;

·        Applicants must provide proof of acceptance of a conference presentation at a national, language-specific, or regional language conference during the current academic year

·        The presentation should be related to the professional/scholarly work of the applicant;

·        Preference will be given to applicants who are attending a conference for the first time or are newer members of the profession, including graduate students.

Reimbursement, against original receipts (scanned to NFMLTA Treasurer), is limited to $1,000 per award recipient and should be requested within 30 days after the conference. Reimbursable expenses include conference registration, transportation (air, train, bus, cab, subway systems), and lodging, but not meal expenses. Receipts and supporting documentation must be RECEIVED by December 10, 2018.

Applications should be submitted electronically  as a PDF attachment to   NFMLTA.president@gmail.com

NOTE:  Previous awardees cannot apply for this award again

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