2021 ATD Student Scholarships
Each year students in a doctoral, graduate, or undergraduate program are encouraged to apply for six available ATD John Coné Student Membership Scholarships, one ATD International Conference & Exposition registration scholarship, and one ATD Essentials Series workshop scholarship. Applicants should be current students at the time of submitting the application. There is one online application for all scholarships for a total of eight possible scholarships. The 2021 application is now closed. Entrants will be notified by February 28, 2021.
ATD Dissertation Award
The ATD Dissertation Award is given to foster and disseminate research about talent development practices. It is presented to the person who has submitted the best doctoral dissertation for which a degree has been granted between August 1, 2019, and September 30, 2020. The submission window for 2021 is now closed. Entrants will be notified by March 30, 2021.
Are you currently doing interesting research or working on a neat project you think other students would find valuable? Perhaps you'd like to spotlight an accomplishment that you or your colleagues have achieved. If so, submit a student spotlight to be featured in an upcoming edition of our higher education student newsletter! Share your spotlight today.
Are you a talent development professional age 35 or younger?
If so, ATD Young Professionals is just for you. We offer resources geared toward young professionals to help you advance in your career. From content and tools to activities and projects, we are here to help you tackle today's toughest industry challenges and to develop as talent development professionals.
ATD student membership eligibility requirements:
- Enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours per year (or the equivalent of at least half-time) at an accredited university or college
- An active ATD chapter student member
Read Blog Post from Student Scholarship Winners!
In Their Own Words: ATD Student Scholarship Winners' Tips for Learning Remotely
Three student scholarship winners offer some advice and insights for students who are learning remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.