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1937 Club Scholarship Program

1937 ClubThank you for your interest in the NCJFCJ’s 1937 Club Scholarship Program.

The work of the NCJFCJ began on May 22, 1937, when a group of judges came together looking to improve the effectiveness of the nation’s juvenile courts. And over the past eight decades, the NCJFCJ has sought to address the myriad of issues in juvenile and family courts.

The 1937 Club Scholarship Program is available to any active judicial officer who is a member in good standing of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ). Completion of a scholarship application form and registration for a tuition-based NCJFCJ program or conference is a requirement of the application process.

Please complete the full survey below in order to be considered for a scholarship opportunity.

Applications are currently being accepted for tuition scholarships to attend:

  • The 84th Annual Conference is scheduled July 18-21, 2021 at the Marriott St. Louis Grand in St. Louis, Missouri. Applications are due no later than Monday, June 11, 2021.

1937 Club Scholarship

The work of the NCJFCJ began on May 22, 1937, when a group of judges came together looking to improve the effectiveness of the nation’s juvenile courts. And over the past eight decades, the NCJFCJ has sought to address the myriad of issues in juvenile and family courts. The 1937 Club Scholarship Program is available to any active judicial officer who is a member in good standing of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ). Completion of a scholarship application form and registration for a tuition-based NCJFCJ program or conference is a requirement of the application process.
  • Judge, magistrate, attorney, child welfare professional, probation officer, etc.
    Membership will be verified at application review.
  • The mission of the NCJFCJ is to provide all judges, courts, and related agencies involved with juvenile, family, and domestic violence cases with the knowledge and skills to improve the lives of the families and children who seek justice.
  • Name, contact information, relationship, etc.