Scholarships will be awarded for one of the following:
The sessions will provide wide-ranging education on many topics with presentations from nationally and internationally-known experts on cutting-edge topics in both problem gambling (PG) and responsible gambling (RG), including treatment, recovery, prevention, community, military, sports and responsible gambling.
Applications will be evaluated by members of NCPG’s DEI Committee based on the following criteria:
This scholarship is open to the public, you do not need to be an NCPG Member to apply. NCPG directors, officers, staff, and DEI Committee members or their family members are not eligible to apply for or receive a scholarship. Major donors and their employees and family members are also ineligible.
Questions? Email Jaime Costello at JaimeC@ncpgambling.org.
The Conference will follow the City of Boston’s public health guidelines and requirements regarding COVID-19 and the rules regarding vaccination and masking for meetings like the Conference that are current at the time of the event. Please visit Boston.gov to stay updated on any changes in policy from now until the Conference.