Are you a psychology student or early career researcher focusing on various aspects of traumatic events? We cannot neglect the severe consequences of exposure to traumatic events such as sexual assault, sexual harassment, and or rape. If you are the one working hard to study different aspects related to such a severe condition, then you deserve an appreciation. To do so, American Psychology Foundation is introducing its valuable APF Dr Christine Blasey-Ford Grant. Applicants should be graduate students or early-career psychologists affiliated with a nonprofit charitable, educational and scientific institution or government entities operating exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.
The program aims to encourage and motivate these deserving students and candidates to do better in their field. Focusing on the severe issues of the society and helping innocents to overcome such affecting incidents in their lives the firm motivates these students to come up with some practical and great results by helping in their studies and research. This program motivates and appreciates students who work wholeheartedly for society and are keen on their career growth. The funds will help them to relieve their financial stress.
APF is a grant-making foundation that funds early career psychologists and graduate students using psychology to solve important primers and improve people’s lives. APF makes grants in applying psychology to at-risk, vulnerable populations, preventing violence, understanding the connection between behaviour and health, understanding and eliminating stigma and prejudice, treating severe mental illness, studying gifted children and adolescents, exploring child psychology, and examining human reproductive behaviours.
|Educational Level||Graduate students and early-career psychologists|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||February 15, 2021|
|Requirement||Application, Essay, CV|
Who May Be Eligible?
Here are the mandatory eligibility requirements applicants should follow before applying:
- The student should be a graduate student or early-career psychologist (a doctoral-level psychologist who is no more than ten years postdoctoral).
- Candidates should be affiliated with nonprofit charitable, educational and scientific institutions, or governmental entities operating exclusively for charitable and educational purposes.
- The fellow should demonstrate knowledge of trauma and trauma research. And demonstrated competence and capacity to execute the proposed work.
- Individuals should have IRB approval from host institutions before funding can be awarded if human participants are involved.
How to Apply
Only the eligible candidates are welcome to apply. Candidates should first create an account if they don’t have an existing one. Applicants should fill the application form with all the required details and the materials mandatory for the program. Fellows should make sure they submit the applications before the deadlines to be considered. As of late or incomplete form are directly rejected by the firm. Make sure all the data you provide is legit.
- Project timeline and budget
- A single document, not more than of 3 pages, with one-inch margins and 11-point times new Roman about the following:
Goals, relevant background/literature review. Methods (must be detailed enough so that the design, assessments, and procedures can be evaluated).
Anticipated outcomes, significance, and impact.
The selected candidates will receive an amount of $1500 to support their education or their research. This program encourages deserving candidates to do better in their studies and come out with amazing results to help society with severe issues.
The last date to apply is February 15, 2021