About the Foundation
The CAMRT Foundation exists to support its members and the advancement of the profession. As such, the Foundation:
- Promotes pride in the profession and within our ranks.
- Helps members keep abreast of new and emerging technologies.
- Advocates lifelong learning.
- Promotes excellence in patient care.
The CAMRT Foundation was incorporated under the Canada Corporations Act as a charitable organization on January 29, 1987. While it is a separate entity from the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT), the Foundation compliments and enhances the educational activities of the professional association and its members.
The foundation is governed by a Board of Directors, and supported by members who serve as a liaison for the Foundation in every province.
For media inquiries to CAMRT Foundation.
The CAMRT Foundation will host its annual pub night, Roentgen Ramble and Foundation raffle during the conference, as well as their Annual General Meeting. Look for more information on all these events on the conference website.
The Foundation exists to advance the profession of Medical Radiation Technology by providing financial support for worthy humanitarian, educational and scientific contributions through research by the profession.
Its objectives are to:
- Provide financial assistance in the form of grants to individuals enrolled in courses of study related to Medical Radiation Technology.
- Contribute funds for research associated with Medical Radiation Technology.
- Award training scholarships in Medical Radiation Technology programs.
Over the years, the CAMRT Foundation has sponsored many members in their educational pursuits. Grants are available to members to provide:
- Financial Assistance to individuals enrolled in courses of study related to Medical Radiation Technology;
- Funds for research associated with Medical Radiation Technology;
* Grants are not available to groups of members or other organizations.
To apply for a grant:
William Doern “Leaders of Tomorrow” Student Scholarship
The Foundation offers the William Doern “Leaders of Tomorrow” Scholarship for community oriented, academically outstanding students attending entry-level Medical Radiation Technology Programs.
For more information on the Foundation Scholarship, please visit the following:
Another scholarship opportunity for our members and their families can be accessed through our corporate benefits partner, Johnson Insurance Company.
I would like to sincerely thank the CAMRT Foundation for the financial assistance provided to me over the course of my Masters in Health Studies program. This past month I completed my MHS and the support of the CAMRTF was instrumental in helping me achieve this goal.
The CAMRT Foundation is doing important work by supporting members in their academic pursuits. A dedication to continuous learning requires a significant commitment, both in terms of time and finances. These grants help to lighten the financial burden of continuing education and the support of one’s peers is also a great motivator along the way.
– Jill Sutherland RTT, BSc
Thank-you once again for the continued support as I complete my Master of Education (Health Science Education) degree at the University of Alberta. I am truly appreciative of the financial support that the members grant provides to our professional group. This grant has eased the financial burden of pursuing an advanced degree and has allowed me to focus completely on my studies.
– Jackie Middleton BA, RTT, HS
This grant has significantly alleviated the financial burden of pursuing a MSc. in Project Management. Thanks to your support, my education has led to new opportunities for me in managing MRTs, promoting professional development, advancement of clinical practice and advocacy for greater academic work within the profession.
We are fortunate to have a grant program such as this to support MRTs in their educational endeavours. This support alleviates the financial barriers that may discourage or prevent others from pursuing their goals. Continuing education is integral to the advancement of our profession and ensuring the highest quality practice in medical imaging and radiation therapy.
– Lyndon Morley, BSc, MSc (cand), RTT, CMD
Corporate Benefit Partners
The foundations’ fundraising efforts are supported by members’ participation in two corporate benefit programs. CAMRT members’ participation in the following programs is a valuable contribution to support for scholarship, research and continuing education of medical radiation technologists.
Affinity BMO MasterCard
Reward yourself. Get the BMO CAMRT MasterCard. Reward yourself with 1 AIR MILES®† reward mile for every $20 spent or 0.5% CashBack® and pay no annual fee1
CAMRT members can support the CAMRT Foundation with a BMO Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists MasterCard, exclusively from BMO Bank of Montreal. Every time you use your BMO CAMRT MasterCard to make a purchase, BMO Bank of Montreal makes a payment to the CAMRT Foundation at no additional cost to you.Apply Now! 1. Award of AIR MILES reward miles or CashBack is made for purchases charged to your account (less refunds) and is subject to the terms and conditions of your BMO MasterCard Cardholder Agreement. ® Registered trade-mark of Bank of Montreal. ®* MasterCard is a registered trademark of MasterCard International Incorporated. ®† Trademarks of AIR MILES International Trading B.V. Used under license by LoyaltyOne, Inc. and Bank of Montreal.
Johnson Inc. Insurance
Any time a member obtains a no obligation quote on home or auto insurance from Johnson, the Foundation receives $20. Visit www.johnson.ca/camrt or call 1-800-563-0677.
Johnson Inc. offers scholarships to Canadian post-secondary students
The Johnson Scholarship Program is open to children and grandchildren of Johnson Affinity group members and/or Home-Auto clients.
For more information, or to apply for a Johnson Inc. scholarship, please visit