Julien Mussi Scholarship

“Being a coach for me is the result of my own experience as an adult with ADHD in the United Kingdom. Following my own diagnosis at 36, I am able to understand, empathize and hope to inspire other adults and juveniles with the disorder. As a criminal lawyer who has personally experienced substance misuse and self-medication of undiagnosed ADHD starting from a young age, I plan to use my professional experience to make a difference for other adults and adolescents with ADHD in the UK so they have the support, resources and services they deserve.”      ~Julien Mussi, 2015

Julien Mussi was a student from the UK in our inaugural pilot program of the International ADHD Coach Training Center (iACTcenter) in the Fall of 2015. Unexpectedly, midway through the program, he passed away leaving a major hole in the program and the ADHD coaching community.

Because his passion was to use his talents, life experience and expertise to make a difference in the world for persons struggling with ADHD, we created the Julien Mussi Scholarship in his honor to further uphold his mission and support the enrollment of students who, like Julien, want to make a difference.

 

Applying for the Scholarship

To qualify for the Julien Mussi Scholarship you must have at least one of the following:

  • Be an International student (living outside the United States)
  • Diagnosed with ADHD yourself as an adult
  • Have the desire to work with an underserved ADHD population
  • Experience or passion for working with people with a substance misuse history
  • Experience or interest in working in the justice system or being an ADHD Advocate

 

The DEADLINE to apply for the $750 scholarship to be used towards the WINTER 2021 Semester is Midnight, December 16, 2020.

Questions about the scholarship? Please email: info@IACTCenter.com

 

 

 

To be considered for the Julien Mussi Scholarship, please complete the application below:

JULIAN MUSSI SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

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