Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Part 2 - Scolarships and grants for people interested in Green Jobs



 This is the 2nd installment of a 2-part article offering resources for people looking for new careers or help for their intended career in the realm of green jobs. Part 1 was published on September 1st.  So here is Part 2 of:

50 Awesome Scholarships For Eco-minded Students

* Written by Raj Prince


  26. Blade Your Ride Scholarship - Offered to full-time undergrad and grad students at an accredited university or college in the US. One student will get $15,000, and two will get $5,000.

27. American Fisheries Society

28. Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation - Called the Wildlife Leadership Awards, it covers a $2,000 scholarship, plus a one-year membership to the Elk Foundation.

29. American Ground Water Trust - Offers opportunities to college eco-students who wish to get into ground water studies
30. The Explorers Club - Awards $500 to $1500 to high school students and college undergrads.

31. National Wild Turkey Federation - Awards $250 to deserving students, who will then become eligible to compete for a $1,000 scholarship. The winners in their respective provinces compete for the national scholarship, worth $10,000.

32. Walt Disney Scholarship Fund - Awards $100,000 to grad students in conservation and environmental education.

33. United States Society on Dams - Awards $1,000 to $10,000 scholarships to deserving graduate-level students who have research studies relevant to dam-related topics.

34. American Nuclear Society - Awarded to engineering or science majors.

35. Snograss Memorial Research Award - Awards monetary grants to graduate students who are engaged in entomology, particularly arthropods, taxonomy, or evolution.

36. BioQuip Undergraduate Scholarship - Offers $2,000 to undergraduates who want to achieve a entomology degree or pursue a career as an entomologist

37. Jeffery P. LaFage Graduate Student Research Award

38. Stan Beck Fellowship - offered to graduate and undergraduate students entomology.

39. National Poultry & Food Distributors Association- Agriculture scholarships

40 Professional Soil Scientists Association

41. American Meteorological Society

42. Wisconsin Environmental Health Association

43. Florida Environmental Health Association

44. National Association of Geoscience Teachers, Far Western Section

45. North Carolina Association of Nurserymen

46. British Columbia Aboriginal Fisheries Commission

47. Perennial Plant Association Scholarship

48. Golden State Bonsai Federation (California)

49. American Indian Science & Engineering Society

50. American Electroplaters and Surface Finishers Society - Environmental Engineering 

 
 

 With the multitude of eco-related scholarships for eco-students, choosing where to apply entails a major task ahead. Hopefully, with this list of 50 awesome scholarships for eco-minded students you'll be able to narrow your choices down to find out which suits you best. 


* I'd also like to add to this article's information by saying simply going online and using the organization title as a key word you can find out a lot more about what they are offering and any requirements they may have. Perhaps you can find several scholarships and grants, instead of focusing on just one source. Don't forget to do a search online for your particular area, country, county, state, province, city, etc. You never know what you might find. There are grants and scholarships for all ages to be found, if we just put in the time to look.  You might also find the interviews we have done on our radio show with non-profits and environmental groups where you can learn how they are run, difficulties they have faced and what they did to over come issues, and much more. There are also lots of job search, interview and resume discussions with a wide array of professionals that may help you as well. 

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