Special Interest Scholarships - Environment

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Apprentice Ecologist Initiative Youth Scholarship Program


Sponsored by: Nicodemus Wilderness Project
Amount: $850
Apply by: December 31
Description: Applicants must be students who are between the ages of 13 and 21. They must devise and complete an environmental conservation project then write an essay describing the experience. Selection is based on the quality of the project and essay.
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Emily M. Hewitt Memorial Scholarship


Sponsored by: Calaveras Big Trees Association
Amount: $1,000
Apply by: April 15
Description: Applicants must be enrolled full-time in an accredited California post-secondary educational institution and must have career goals that are related to communicating and interpreting nature's wonder. Students pursuing degrees in environmental protection, forestry, wildlife and fisheries biology, parks and recreation, park management, environmental law and public policy, environmental art and California history are encouraged to apply. Selection is based on dedication to the ideals of the scholarship and financial need.
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Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program and Scholarship Competition


Sponsored by: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Amount: $500-$5,000
Apply by: March 15
Description: Applicants must be in kindergarten to 12th grade and submit their artwork to their state or local department. Students must be U.S. citizens, resident aliens or nationals. The first place national winner has their art made into the next Federal Junior Duck Stamp, wins $5,000 and travels with a parent to the next First Day of Sale event for their stamp. The second place winner receives $3,000, and the third place winner receives $2,000. A $500 prize is also awarded to the best conservation message.
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