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  • Mark Jackson Memorial Education Grant Application

    Application Deadline: November 15th


    The Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology (Foundation) is a non-profit 501c (3) organization. The purpose of the Foundation is to advance the profession of dental laboratory technology by addressing industry driven needs and providing solutions that are relevant and accessible to dental technicians and other members of the dental team.

    Mark Jackson, RDT, former co-owner of Precision Ceramics in Montclair, CA, was a friend and mentor to many. He was a champion on helping many in the profession run dental laboratories as a business. The Foundation is proud to recognize Mark in this manner to carry on his legacy.


    1. In order for a program to be considered eligible for Mark Jackson Memorial Education Grant funds, it must be approved by NBC, ADA CERP or AGD. Examples of programs include but are not limited to MDT, MDC...

    2. Mark Jackson Memorial Education Grants will be awarded in the amount of $2,500 to supplement expenses related to an approved continuing education program a winner wishes to attend.

    3. Sitting members of the NADL Board, NBC Trust, or FDLT Trust are not eligible as individuals to apply for or win grants/scholarships offered through the Foundation.

    4. The Mark Jackson Memorial Education Grant winner(s) will be required to provide the Foundation with (web video submissions or written) testimonial about receiving the grant, attending the course and how this experience effected his/her DLT career.

    5. The Mark Jackson Memorial Education Grant will be paid directly to the course provider, not to the individual awarded the grant.

    6. Once the Mark Jackson Memorial Education Grant is awarded, it is only valid (for a period of one year from the date of award or) until December 31. After that time, the ability to use the funds will expire.

    7. Mark Jackson Memorial Education Grant winner(s) will not be eligible to receive this grant two years in a row.

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