In August of 2012, the Canadian prospect research community lost a valued member. Radikha Jaggernauth passed away after being diagnosed with cancer. Radikha was an Apra Canada Director responsible for the Regional Representatives and had given a great deal of time volunteering with Apra over the years.
Radikha contributed directly to the success of a number of organizations, including the Heart and Stroke Foundation, UNICEF and the United Way of Greater Toronto. A kind hearted, funny, inquisitive, and focused individual-committed to Apra Canada and the research profession. The 2011-2012 Board of Directors renamed the Apra Canada Scholarships in Radikha’s memory.
This year, Apra Canada will be granting two scholarships to cover the cost of the 2022 Apra Canada Conference (either in person or virtual).
You can apply online using this form.
- Applicants must demonstrate financial need
- Applicants must demonstrate leadership potential
- Applicants must work at least 50% of the time in advancement research for a nonprofit organization in a non-consulting capacity
- Applicants must be current members of Apra Canada (former members whose membership have lapsed may renew their membership before applying)
- Apra Canada Board Members cannot apply
- Applicants must not have a co-worker participating on the Scholarship or Award judging panel
- Award recipients will be expected to share their conference experience in the Scoop newsletter