- Canadian citizen or permanent resident of Canada.
- Current SAC communication health assistant student associate.
- Full-time student enrolled in a formal educational program for communication health assistants.
Criteria For All Students
All students applying for this scholarship must submit the following with their application.
For those in a one-year program, please provide transcript for first semester. SAC holds the right to request an official transcript if deemed necessary.
- One (1) Academic Reference from a professor/instructor of your program. References are asked to use the provided form. The completed form must be sent to SAC directly from the individual providing the reference, or it will not be included as part of the application. All reference forms must be received by the deadline. Late submissions will not be accepted.
A short essay (maximum 800 words). The essay should include the following details:
(1) What led to your interest in the field of communication disorders?
(2) What are your career plans?
(3) What is your intended area of practice and population of interest?
(4) How will your personal strengths be brought into play in your career path?
(5) What is your current and future participation in professional issues/organizations?
(6) What is your volunteer work/community involvement experience?
(7) To what extent has your volunteer work/community work involved people with communication disorders?