PAS SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
$1000.00 ENVIRONMENTAL SCHOLARSHIP!
Submission period closes in 1 month, 16 days, 23 hours, 37 minutes
YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO APPLY IF YOU ARE:
- Passionate about the environment and contributing to environmental conservation.
- A degree-seeking student from Mohave or Yavapai County, or currently enrolled at a college operating in Mohave or Yavapai County.
- Application submission period begins October 1, 2017.
- Deadline for receipt of all materials is December 9, 2017.
- All requested information must be submitted online to the Prescott Audubon Society’s website. Essays or transcripts submitted after the deadline will not be considered.
- Only completed applications will be considered.
1. Personal data: Name, Date of Birth, Address, Phone Number, Email Address.
2. Academic transcript (unofficial accepted).
3. Short essay (500 words or less) Address ALL of the following points:
- How do you define “environmental conservation?”
- Make a compelling argument on how or why your field of study, as you hope to practice it, can contribute to environmental conservation.
- Briefly describe how you plan to use the $1,000 scholarship funds.
CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION: Selection will be based on the quality of the essay and the quality of the applicant’s academic work.
AWARD NOTIFICATION will occur on or around December 15, 2017.
REQUIREMENTS OF RECIPIENT: The award must be used within two years from the date awarded. The awardee agrees to allow Prescott Audubon Society to publicize the scholarship winner’s name and home county in local and/or regional publications.
If you have questions or require assistance contact us by phone at: (928) 778-6502, or by email at: gro.nobuduattocserpnull@pihsralohcs.
Complete the on-line application below and attach the appropriate support documents. Fields marked with an * are required. If you have questions or require assistance, contact us by phone at (928) 778-6502, or by email at: gro.nobuduattocserpnull@pihsralohcs.
The Mission of the Prescott Audubon Society is to preserve and protect our environment for all who inhabit it. The society pursues these goals through education, fieldwork, social activities, and activism.