Early Career PT & PTA and Student PT & PTA Scholarship
RMBP Leadership Academy Scholarships provide financial assistance to Early Career PTs and PTAs and Student PTs & PTAs who demonstrate superior leadership capabilities and the potential to significantly contribute to the growth of the Physical Therapy Profession. Early Career PTs & PTAs and Student PTs & PTAs may apply for scholarship funds to discount IMPACT registration cost; to attend RMBP Leadership Academy courses held during IMPACT, PTAG's annual conference. For more informationclick here.
2019 Awards Ceremony Luncheon
To provide financial assistance to Early Career PTs and PTAs and Student PTs & PTAs who demonstrate superior leadership capabilities and the potential to significantly contribute to the growth of the Physical Therapy Profession.
- Applicants must be members of APTA/PTAG.
- Applicants must be Student PTs or PTAs or Early Career PTs or PTAs (i.e. 0-4 years post graduation from PT/PTA school).
- Awardees must accept their scholarship in person at IMPACT, PTAG's annual conference.
- Applicants must submit complete packets, incomplete packets will not be considered.
Materials for Submission and Directions:
- PDF or Word Document of completed nomination form
- Submit written or video statement
Written Submission Instructions: PDF or Word document with a two-page limit, 12-point font, one-inch margins
Video Submission Instructions: Upload your video to YouTube (video duration: 3 minute max) During the Upload: Include the title of your video. Under Tags, Include “Leadership Academy 2019; set the privacy settings as “unlisted”. Include #ImPacT2019 in your post.
Essay or Video should provide a clear and concise statement, discussing the topic : What does leadership look like to you?
Define leadership in your own terms.
What characteristics do you see in good leaders?
Describe examples in which you have exemplified those leadership characteristics in the past.
How do you plan to be a leader in the profession over the next 3-5 years?
Deadline: Friday, January 18, 2019