Recognition of CGA-IGC members who have made a significant contribution to the society, through service, research, advocacy or education.
We value our members and are constantly looking for ways to show our appreciation for their continued contribution and loyalty.
If you're a member and meet the requirements below, you are invited to apply for CGA-IGC Fellowship. Please also note the Terms of Fellowship.
Fellowship applications for 2023 are now OPEN. Deadline to apply is Friday, June 23, 2023. Fellows will be notified by July 10, 2023 and will be invited to an awards ceremony at the 2023 CGA-IGC Annual Meeting in Las Vegas on October 25, 2023 at 4:00 PM PDT.
Once we receive your completed application, we will send you a link to submit the $25 application fee. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We look forward to receiving your application!
If you received a confirmation email from us, please pay your US$25 application fee here
CGA-IGC Fellowship Eligibility
≥ 5 years post training/fellowship.
≥ 5 years active membership (does not have to be continuous).
Attended at least 3 CGA-IGC Annual Meetings (in-person or virtual).
Significant contributions to CGA-IGC’s mission through excellence in education, research, leadership, advocacy, or service.
Successful service on a CGA-IGC committee, CGA-IGC leadership, or equivalent.
Two letters of recommendation from current CGA-IGC members that attest to candidacy.
June 23, 2023
Fellowship Award Date
October 25, 2023
Terms of Fellowship
The CGA-IGC Executive Council will review all Fellowship applications and those with a two-thirds majority vote will be inducted.
Maintenance of CGA-IGC membership in good standing. Should membership lapse, fellows will be notified and failure to maintain membership may result in revoked fellowship designation or requirement to re-apply, at the discretion of the Executive Council.
Evidence of ongoing contribution to CGA-IGC through committees, annual meeting attendance, participation in CGA-IGC events.
Submission of required administrative application fee.
Fellowship status may be revoked if there is misconduct, as outlined in Article V, section 2 of the bylaws.