Competitions | NATS Ontario Chapter

By: Nats Ontario  09-12-2011

As some NATSAA applicants have discovered, there have been occasional glitches in the online application process. While we responded diligently to each issue as it arose, the increase in numbers of applications this week resulted in our decision to implement our contingency plan and extending the application deadline to Friday, November 18.

We will work hard to accommodate everyone who wants to compete in NATSAA 2012. Please read the following carefully and contact the NATS Executive office if you need further clarification.

Note that the NATS Executive Office will be closed in observation of Veteran’s Day on Friday, November 11 and will be ready to address your concerns on Monday, November 14.

How are you affected by the change in the NATSAA 2012 application process?

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