Announcing GMLA’s Scholarship Program for Students, Trainees, and Members of Historically Excluded Groups to Attend the Annual Conference on LGBTQ+ Health!
The GLMA scholarship program is designed to ensure inclusivity and representation, with a focus on individuals who have faced systematic barriers in accessing LGBTQ+ health resources and education. By extending support to students, trainees, and members of historically-excluded groups, GLMA aims to empower the next generation of health professionals, researchers, and advocates who are committed to improving the health and well-being of the LGBTQ+ community.
This scholarship opportunity promotes networking, knowledge-sharing, and a sense of belonging among attendees, improving the quality of care for LGBTQ+ individuals. The program reflects GLMA’s commitment to equity and inclusivity in health care, driving positive change in the LGBTQ+ health field.
Scholarships will be awarded either as full or partial coverage of registration costs.
Applications are due by July 30, 2023.
Award notifications will occur on a rolling basis.
- Scholarship applicants must be a current prospective student/trainee and/or member of a historically-excluded group, including but not limited to BIPOC individuals, intersex individuals, disabled individuals, and Indigenous and Two-Spirit individuals.
- Applicants must be available to virtually attend at least one full day of the Annual Conference: September 28-30, 2023.
- Applicants must complete this application in its entirety.
(Please note: A significant portion of scholarships will be reserved for Indigenous and Two-Spirit individuals, so they are strongly encouraged to apply.)
GLMA hopes to make this year’s conference the most inclusive and impactful ever. Help the goal by sharing this opportunity with your networks!