2019 College Application
For Current College Students Only
Applications Due: April 12, 2019
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Eligibility: The following individuals are eligible for an Air & Waste Management Association - Niagara Frontier Section (A&WMA-NFS) college scholarship:
Awards: The number and amount of the scholarship(s) will be approved by the A&WMA-NFS Board of Directors. It is anticipated that one or more scholarships will be awarded in amounts ranging from $500 to $1,000. Each scholarship is awarded for the 2019 – 2020 academic year only and is not renewable.
Selection: The A&WMA-NFS Education Committee will review all completed applications that are submitted before midnight of the due date. Awards will be made on the basis of environmental interests, academic record, school and community leadership, and future academic/career potential. Application judging will not consider sex, race, national origin, financial need, age or physical disability. The ultimate awards decision will be made at the discretion of the A&WMA-NFS Board of Directors based on recommendations from the A&WMA-NFS Education Committee. The decisions of the A&WMA-NFS Board of Directors and A&WMA-NFS Education Committee on scholarship awards are final. Scholarship awards will be announced around May 1, 2019.
Application: Completed applications must include all information requested below. Each section will be worth 25 points for a total of 100 points, judged at the discretion of the education committee.I. Affiliation (25 points): For the purpose of awarding points based on affiliation, the committee will consider the following:
III. Extracurricular Activities, Community Service and Volunteer Work (25 points): The committee will consider the applicant’s work/intern experience and participation in clubs, sports, organizations, and seminars. Special consideration will be given to volunteer work for any AWMA-NFS function. Points for extracurricular activities will be based on the following:
· 10 points will be awarded, up to a total of 25 points, per volunteer work activity for any AWMA-NFS function that the applicant has completed during the past 12 months.
· 5 points will be awarded, up to a total of 25 points, per environmental based activity that the applicant has completed during the past 12 months.
IV. Environmental Essay (25 points): The committee will consider the applicant’s essay describing in 700 words or less an experience the applicant had working to improve the environment (volunteer, school, or work related) or an environmental issue of interest to the student.
Only complete applications, including college transcript(s), submitted no later than April 12, 2019 will be considered.