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Student Committee Corner: Pamela N. Griffin Scholarship Recipients

Pamela N. Griffin established a trust to award scholarships to MFT students entering the field of Marriage and Family Therapy.  The intent of the scholarship is to support students wishing to attend CTAMFT, AAMFT and other conferences.  This year, we were able to give five scholarships in honor of each of CT’s MFT Programs.  Congratulations to the following recipients:

  1. Michael Saracerno from University of Saint Joseph
  2. Carrie Rosenbloom from Fairfield University
  3. Michelle Triompo from Central CT State University
  4. Beata Wielgoszewski from Central CT State University
  5. Joy Heafner from the University of Connecticut

Furthermore, we awarded one student with a $500 scholarship to attend AAMFT’s National Conference this fall in Milwaukee.  Congratulations to Scott Huff who attends the University of Connecticut.

Please note that we traditionally have called for applications in the spring.  We are aware of how difficult it is for students during this time of year to apply for the scholarship.  Therefore, we will be changing application timing to the fall.  Please stay tuned for more information with regard to timing and the application process.

For more information about the Pamela N. Griffin Scholarship, please contact us at  manager@ctamft.org.

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