The Northeast Regional CAC has two scholarships remaining for the Child Abuse Medical Preceptorship Program

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Midwest Regional Child Abuse Medical Preceptorship


Limited Opportunity: Only 2 Medical Preceptorship Scholarships Left!


Northeast Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (NRCAC) has only two scholarships remaining for northeast medical professionals to participate in the Child Abuse Medical Preceptorship (CAMP) program.


CAMP is managed by the Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (MRCAC) and aims to increase access to quality medical care for victims of abuse by providing practitioners with hands-on technical skills, training, and mentorship.

CAMP builds upon our foundational medical education programs by connecting providers with highly-qualified centers of practice in their region to receive hands-on technical skills and education. Audrey Hepburn Children’s House located in Hackensack, NJ serves as the primary preceptorship site for the Northeast Region.

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NRCAC’s Medical Preceptorship Scholarships cover the following costs:

  • Registration site fee
  • Participant’s travel costs
  • Participant’s lodging costs

NRCAC will only be able to provide scholarships to applicants from the Northeast Region (CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, and VT) that meet the MRCAC criteria for acceptance. Interested applicants should apply directly to MRCAC as per their application instructions.

Please note: Travel and lodging scholarship funds will be paid in the form of a reimbursement and are subject to federal travel and lodging cost restrictions. Registration site fees are invoiced directly to NRCAC and will not need to be paid by the scholarship recipient at any time. NRCAC cannot reimburse participants for meals and incidental expenses per diem. For more information about allowable and unallowable costs, please contact Katelyn Waltimyer, Project Manager at


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This project is sponsored by NRCAC from Grant Award Number 15PJDP-22-GK-03061-JJVO awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, OJJDP or NRCAC.