You are invited to apply for a scholarship to be granted access to APPA's VIRTUAL 46th Annual Training Institute. This scholarship only applies to the VIRTUAL aspect of the upcoming institute. In-person courses will not be available. This scholarship This training event will occur virtually August 23 to August 25th, 2021. More information can be found on APPA's website. This application is only for tribal justice practitioners.

The scholarship will cover the registration fee to be granted access to the training event. APPA will inform you if are selected by August 16th, then you can register and APPA will reimburse after the Institute. You are responsible for submitting your own registration form. Please keep all receipts related to your registration and submit after the completion of the training event.

If selected for the scholarship attendees must attend all 3 Tribal sponsored sessions listed:

1. "Wandering Warriors" Perspectives from Indigenous Reentrants
2. It's Beyond Important, It's Survival: Essential Justice Work with Native American Women 
3. Not All Native Americans Smoke a Peace Pipe, You Know so Much About Me, Yet Don't Understand Me.

Please make sure you have the necessary equipment to participate in a virtual training event, such as access to Internet/Wi-Fi connections and a computer/Laptop throughout all the days of training.

Please have your scholarship application completed by August 6th, 2021. APPA will be informing applicants by August 14th, 2021 of selection. If you have any questions, please email Travis Johnson at tjohnson@csg.org

If chosen APPA will follow up with you 3 weeks after the virtual institute to understand how the institute impacted your work and for any additional assistance. 

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* 3. Please describe the responsibilities of your job.

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* 4. Please describe why you believe you should be chosen for the scholarship and how you believe the training sessions can improve your role in tribal justice.

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