LVDA Clinic Scholarship Program
Apply for a Clinic Scholarship today via:
LVDA Clinic Scholarship Application Form
The Clinic Scholarship Program has changed in 2019. Please review the qualifying criteria and award process carefully.
The LVDA Clinic Scholarship program is a multiple scholarship program that will provide $50 scholarships for members to use to defray the costs of riding in an LVDA-sponsored clinic. A maximum of 10 $50 Clinic Scholarships will be granted each calendar year. This does not include Fix-a-Tests, and these scholarships cannot be applied to anything other than a clinic entry fee.
Clinic Scholarships can be applied towards these 2019 Clinics:
March 31 - Clinic with Cara Klothe -Event Over
April 6 - Cavaletti Clinic -Event Over
May 5 - Clinic with Alexa Derr -Event Over
August 19 - Clinic with Scott Peterson Cancelled
August 31- Sep 1- Clinic with Lauren Sprieser - Event Over
October 27 - Clinic with Lauren Annett - Graystone Equestrian Center - Applications Close October 21st
November 3 - Clinic with Lauren Annnett - Schocharie Ridge - Applications Close October 21st
November 16 - Clinic with Lauren Annett - Graystone Equestrian Center- Applications Close October 21st
LVDA members who meet the following qualifying criteria can apply for LVDA Clinic Scholarships:
Any current member in good standing (membership dues paid, no outstanding fees due) can apply for a clinic scholarship.
Members must have volunteered at least 4 hours of “hands on activities” at an LVDA event within the past 12 months.
Eligible members can receive a clinic scholarship once per year.
Scholarship Award Process:
Clinic scholarships are "Clinic Specific." Clinic Scholarship applications will open on the opening date for the clinic, and will close on the closing date for that clinic.
No late applications will be accepted.
The Scholarship Committee will decide how many scholarships are available for each clinic.
If there are more applicants than available scholarships for the clinic, the committee will randomly draw names.
Clinic scholarship recipients will be reimbursed $50.00 after they submit a short essay about their clinic experience (~3 paragraphs) to the Newsletter Editor.
If, for some reason, a clinic scholarship recipient is unable to ride in that clinic and they provide a veterinarian/medical excuse, they will be guaranteed another clinic scholarship within 12 months. Without a veterinarian/medical excuse, the recipient will forfeit their scholarship and receive no guarantee of another within 12 months.
If circumstances arise that are not covered by these guidelines, the Scholarship Committee will decide how to resolve any issues. All decisions made by the Scholarship Committee are final.
Questions can be directed to Chris Dickenson, the Scholarship Committee Chairperson, at Chris.Dickenson1018@gmail.com.
LVDA Scholarship Committee