MPI FOUNDATION CHAPTER GRANTS

Chapter grants are available for education, training, research and other special interest needs that enrich our industry.

 

 

 

The MPI Foundation, along with the generous support of our industry partners, offers MPI chapter grants for education, training, research and other special interest needs that enrich our industry. Grants for MPI Chapter programs with monetary assistance up to $5000 USD are awarded by the Grants & Scholarship Committee and requests above that amount are considered a major grant and awarded by the MPI Foundation Global Board of Trustees.

Currently, through special funding contributions from Cvent, MPI Foundation may award grants in the amount of $1,750 to MPI chapters. If your chapter is interested a Cvent grant, please apply at the link below.

Find out more about major grants here.

 

$20k
CHAPTER GRANTS AWARDED 2020


MPI Chapter Grants Awarded in 2020

MPI UK/Ireland
MPI Carolinas
MPI Ottawa
MPI Italia

 

 

CHAPTER GRANT STORIES

Grant Helps Connecticut Valley Chapter Offer Medical Meetings Education

Grant Helps Connecticut Valley Chapter Offer Medical Meetings Education

By MPI Foundation

An MPI Foundation grant helped the MPI Connecticut River Valley Chapter when it produced a nighttime dinner and education combo session.

“Our overall experience with this program was very positive,” says Lauren Schaller, vice president of education for the chapter. “Pat Schaumann was extremely knowledgeable about the medical meetings industry and (of course!) the HMCC. Our session guests were very excited to learn about the HMCC and we are considering the possibility of bringing the HMCC to our local area so that our members (and other industry professionals) can take the course and benefit from the additional education.”

In 2018, the MPI Foundation awarded 256 total scholarships totaling US$292,238.

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MPI Foundation

The Meeting Professionals International (MPI) Foundation fuels the growth and advancement of MPI members by providing professional development and career opportunities through grants and scholarships. The not-for-profit organization also propels the meeting and event industry forward by funding important and quality research initiatives.

 


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