District 10 Scholarship (You don't have to be a WI resident).
This scholarship is to support students entering the field of wildlife management whose career goals and/or research are in direct or indirect support of sound furbearer management.
Award: $500.00 Application Deadline: August 15, 2018. Award notification will occur on or before September 15, 2018.
- Graduate students, post-graduate students or undergraduates who will have junior status in the fall of 2018.
- Applicants must be attending an accredited four-year college, a two-year campus that is part of a larger college or University, or an accredited technical college.
- Applicants must be pursuing a degree or research project in natural resource management or a closely related field.
- The award can be used for direct payment of tuition or in support of a mentored research project.
Application Process must include:
- Complete General Information Form (below)
- Official College Transcript
- One Letter of Recommendation from a professor in your field
- Resume or CV highlighting activities pertinent to your field of study (2 page maximum)
- Essay (2 single spaced pages maximum)
Undergraduate Applicants: Briefly, describe your career goals after graduation, and how they relate to natural resource management and/or furbearer management? In other words, why should you receive this award? Please be specific.
Graduate Students: Briefly describe your research project, and how it relates to management of natural resources and/or furbearer management, and how the award will be used. Please be specific Include supporting information about other sources of funding and contact information for your research mentor (e.g. professor). Graduate students receiving the award will be required to provide a 250-word abstract of their research findings for publication in the WTA District 10 newsletter and acknowledge the award in any publication supported by this award.
If there are any interested parties please PM me.
Edited by The Beav (05/30/18 12:42 PM)
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