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Call for Applications for ABPP/ABCN Board Certification Scholarships

Application Deadline: January 1, 2025

AACN and APPCN offer a joint scholarship program to support candidates working toward Board Certification in Clinical Neuropsychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP).

The scholarships are available for any of the three stages of the ABPP application process: the written test, practice sample submission, and oral examination. Scholarships will be awarded as reimbursement of expenses for the stage applied for.

Individuals may apply for a scholarship for more than one stage.

For the practice sample and oral exam, applications submitted for the January 1, 2025 deadline must include a receipt for ABPP fees paid in calendar year 2024.

For the written exam, scholarships will cover both the ABPP fee and the test-taking fee. Applications submitted for the January 1, 2025 deadline must include a receipt for the test fee paid in calendar year 2024, as well as the receipt for the ABPP written exam fee (this receipt may be dated in 2024 or earlier).

AACN offers 30 scholarships which can include, but are not limited to, APPCN graduates. APPCN offers 9 scholarships which are designated for graduates of APPCN Member Programs only.

Scholarships are intended for individuals who do not have funding available from their employer specifically to support ABPP application costs. For example, individuals whose employer pays for completion of the ABPP process with funds designated for this purpose or from a general fund (i.e., ABPP fees are not paid from a specific individual’s professional development allocation) are not eligible. Individuals who have to pay for ABPP fees from personal funds, or from professional accounts that they could otherwise use for other professional expenses are eligible for these scholarships.

AACN and APPCN strongly encourage applications from individuals from historically underrepresented backgrounds, such as underrepresented racial and/or ethnic groups, individuals with disabilities, or individuals from socially, culturally, economically, or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds that have presented challenges to a career in clinical neuropsychology.

Are you ready to move forward in the field of Neuropsychology?

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