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Please do not hesitate to contact the NSC Award Manager, Sarah Van Huis at sarah.vanhuis@nsc.org.  



 A part of the National Safety Council (NSC) Scholarship program, the Certificate Assistance Program (CAP) helps support individuals on a safety career path obtain their NSC Advanced Safety Certificate ® (ASC). Recipients receive travel and lodging to either the NSC-Itasca or NSC-Atlanta locations to participate in ASC training. Through the ASC program, NSC teaches best practices to those who are transitioning into a safety career or are currently in safety roles within their organization and need additional professional development to create a more proactive process for safety and health. 

All submissions must be submitted in English. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

At this time, only candidates from the continental United States are eligible. 

Applications are reviewed and awarded quarterly.    


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The National Child Passenger Safety Board is seeking applications for the following positions: 

  • Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Advocate - At Risk/Underserved Populations: Candidate must represent an organization that works with diverse groups - ethnically, socio-economically, at-risk populations (e.g. tweens and special transportation needs). Applicant must be a current CPS Technician or Instructor. 
  • Injury Prevention – Healthcare: Candidate must have experience in healthcare settings (inpatient or outpatient). May include CPS programming and hospital discharge policies. Inclusive to Family Practice and healthcare professionals. (e.g. Physicians, Nurses, Allied Health/Rehab., Child Life, Social Work, Community Education.) A CPS Technician or Instructor is preferred, but not required. 

Selected applicants will begin their Board service with the first meeting in May 2020 and serve a 3-year term. Terms end during the May in-person meeting at the conclusion of each 3-year term. 


It is strongly recommended that the applicants review the purpose, history and structure of the Board prior to completing this application. This information can be found at cpsboard.org.

A complete application consists of the application, the signed signature page, resume and two professional references. To apply, you must fill out the online Submittable application. To access, please create a free account below. Incomplete and/or paper applications will not be accepted. Application instructions can be found here.

Applicants are encouraged to apply for more than one position, if appropriate. If you are applying for more than one position, one application form will be used to apply for all applicable positions. Please note: Although multiple positions can be applied for, selected candidates represent one category only.  

For questions about the application process, please email Lonny Haschel at: Lonny.Haschel@dps.texas.gov


All application documents must be submitted no later than 5 p.m. PDT, July 26, 2019. Late applications will not be considered.

Applications will be reviewed and candidates will be notified by March 1, 2020.

The NSC Young Professionals Division is proud to host a video series aimed at those new to the safety profession, whether fresh from college or several years into a career but new to safety. Launching in the summer of 2018 and available for view on social media, this video series aims to both answer questions common to new safety professionals and provide deeper sessions on safety topics by professionals across industries. 

Individuals are invited to submit a description of their selected topic along with a 30 second sample of their video for consideration. Please log in below or create an account to submit this form. 

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