WCTF

(redirected from Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship)
AcronymDefinition
WCTFWorkforce Competitiveness Trust Fund (Massachusetts)
WCTFWorld Children's Transplant Fund
WCTFWater Conservation Task Force
WCTFWomen of Color Task Force (University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI)
WCTFWorkers' Compensation Trust Fund (various states)
WCTFWinston Churchill Travelling Fellowship (UK)
WCTFWorking Capital Trust Fund (Florida Department of Children and Families)
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Karl, who runs a climbing centre in Newport, got funding for the trip from the Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship after he pitched his idea of painting the stations.
With the support of the Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship, Claire developed the skills and knowledge to develop an arts and dementia programme on Teesside, which could potentially be rolled out across the UK.
The six-week trip, which saw Tony travel to 14 states, was funded by the Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship and allowed him to see how veterans cope with the sometimes difficult transition to civilian life.
Each year up to 100 people are awarded a Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship that promises exactly that.
Martin, 53, was awarded a Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship earlier this year, heading to Baltimore to examine the impact of fatherlessness in anti-social behaviour.
A Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship allowed her to spend six weeks in Quebec, Ottawa and New York studying the use of visual projection in stage shows.
Mr Buckley, who lives in Appleton, Warrington, carried out the study as part of a charitable Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship. It is hoped the team will be able to return to the Valley of the Kings in 12 months time if funding can be secured.
In 1977, Mr Tod won a Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship to study theatre marketing.
Claire Ford, 23, from Great Ayton, got the opportunity of a lifetime when she won a Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship, to take her idea to introduce creative arts as a tonic to people suffering from dementia, to America.
Mr Glynn, a lecturer at the City of Birmingham University, was speaking after returning from Baltimore, as part of a prestigious Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship and PhD study examining the impact of fatherlessness in antisocial behaviour.
John Hay who lives with his family in Castlecroft, has been awarded a Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship for the year 2006.
APPLICATIONS are wanted for this year's Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowships.