The memorial scholarship provides educational opportunities to hard-working and highly motivated life sciences learning and development professionals in hopes they will continue the legacy of educational service to others and commitment to life sciences training.

Applications close on December 14, 2022

 

To Apply:

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    Login with your LTEN member username and password OR create a profile. Select Chuck Pearson Learning Scholarship and follow prompts.
  2. Complete the application
    Then upload the application(s) to your entry form. Learn about the new opportunity to include a 90-second video summary.
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Email us at awards@L-TEN.org.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible for the scholarship?

  • Open to all full-time life sciences training professionals and leaders working for a pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostic or biotechnology company
  • Not open training partner/provider or consultants
  • LTEN membership not required but if the recipient is not a current member, a portion of the scholarship will be applied toward an annual membership
  • The nominee should currently be serving in the role of full-time trainer or training leader in their organization

Can self-nominate or be nominated by a LTEN member company.

What can the scholarship be used on?

The $3,000 scholarship will be applied toward LTEN membership, LTEN virtual workshops, registration and travel/related expenses to in-person LTEN events, eLearning Lounge, etc. The scholarship funds must be used by December 31, 2023.

Scholarship award can be used only for LTEN events and learning opportunities.

Reimbursement:

Details pertaining reimbursable travel-related expenses, incidentals, per diem details and reimbursement process (submitting documentations and receipts) will be shared upon being awarded with the scholarship.

Scholarship Expiration:

The scholarship funds must be used by December 31, 2023. Scholarship recipient may use the $3,000 in any combination of ways: LTEN membership, LTEN virtual workshops, registration and travel/related expenses to in-person LTEN events, eLearning Lounge, etc.

Does the scholarship expire or is there a date the scholarship has to be used by?

Scholarship award valid through December 31, 2023.

Scholarship recipient may use the $3,000 in any combination of ways: LTEN membership, LTEN virtual workshops, registration and travel/related expenses to in-person LTEN events, eLearning Lounge, etc.

If selected, what are scholarship recipient obligations?

The scholarship recipient agrees to participate in an LTEN Talk, webinar and/or article in which they share their learning experience and professional development via the LTEN Chuck Pearson Learning Scholarship with other LTEN members.

Scholarship Recipient Receives:

In addition to the honor, the scholarship recipient will also be recognized in the following ways:

  • $3,000 scholarship to be used toward LTEN membership, LTEN virtual workshops, registration and travel/related expenses to in-person LTEN events, eLearning Lounge, etc.  Scholarship award valid through December 31, 2023
  • Recognized at the live ceremony at the LTEN Annual Conference in Phoenix, AZ on June 14
  • Featured in LTEN Focus On Training magazine
  • Invitation to participate in an LTEN Talk, webinar and/or article in which the scholarship recipient shares their learning experience and professional development via the LTEN Chuck Pearson Learning Scholarship with other LTEN members
  • Invitation to share their work via a Poster session at the LTEN Annual Conference
  • Celebrated across all LTEN communication channels

Contact Us

For additional questions, please contact Awards@L-TEN.org.

Interested in sponsoring this year’s awards program? Contact Gregg Haunroth at ghaunroth@L-TEN.org

About the Scholarship

The LTEN Chuck Pearson Learning Scholarship was developed in honor of late board member and friend Chuck Pearson, who passed away in February 2021. Learn more about Chuck and his contributions here.