NCRE stars – Students Thinking About Research careerS – provides travel support to masters and doctoral students, undergraduates, and advanced high schools students considering research careers focused on substance abuse prevention and Native child development. Recipients of NCRE stars travel support will be paired with a conference research mentor who will help connect stars to the NCRE network of research leaders and help stars navigate the conference. After the conference, mentors will be available to meet with NCRE stars virtually for up to 6 months to provide additional research career guidance and mentorship.
If you would like to be considered for NCRE stars travel support, please complete this application by August 5.
The TRC Student, Early Career, and Community Scholars Program is for undergraduate or graduate students interested in research careers focused on early childhood development in tribal communities and tribal early childhood practitioners interested to learn more about research and its application in tribal early childhood practice.
If you would like to be considered for TRC Student, Early Career, and Community Scholars Program travel support, please complete this application by August 5.
Limited travel support is available to assist any participant with the cost of attending the conference. Upon registration (please contact Michelle Sarche for registration information – email@example.com), participants may request general travel support. Requests will be evaluated based on need and availability of funds.