2022 Infant & Early Childhood
Mental Health Conference
November 6, 7, & 8   |   In Person & Virtual Options
Scholarships are available to those who hope to attend this year's Infant & Early Childhood Conference and registration costs may be a barrier to attendance.  Priority will be given to those in the field of early care and education, those working in rural areas, and those who identify as a part of the BIPOC community.
To be considered for a conference scholarship, please fill in the information below as completely and accurately as possible by Friday, September 2, 2022. Recipients will be notified by Friday, September 16th if they have been awarded a scholarship.
Learn more about our conference on our website. Email lmoberg@macmh.org with any questions.

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As an organization dedicated to the Diversity-Informed Tenets for Work with Infants, Children, and Families, tenet #9 encourages us to make space and open pathways for all to attend the conference.  Tenets #9 says "Infant, child, and family-serving workforces are most dynamic and effective when historically and currently marginalized individuals and groups have equitable access to a wide range of roles, disciplines, and modes of practice and influence."

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Thank you for taking the time to fill out this application!  We will be in touch by September 19th if you are awarded a scholarship.

Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health, Infant & Early Childhood Division