The William Doern Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship recipient testimony
“I am very honoured to be this year’s recipient of the William Doern Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship and would like to express my sincere gratitude towards the CAMRT Foundation. As a radiation therapy student at the University of Alberta, I continually strive to be a community-oriented leader, balancing my volunteer efforts with my academic and employment commitments. This award will not only help ease the financial burden of completing my degree in radiation therapy; it is also an invaluable recognition of my leadership pursuits and inspires me to continue looking for ways to give back to the community. Thank you again for your generosity!”
– Justina Wong
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.