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    Izaak Walton League of America Conservation Scholarship


    Melanie Colón

    The IWLA National Conservation Scholarship program was established in 2005 to promote conservation leadership among future natural resource managers and professionals.

     

    This scholarship supports undergraduates from recognized conservation or environment-related degree programs. These degree programs may include (but are not limited to) environmental science, natural resource management, forestry, wildlife, fisheries, parks and recreation, range management, and other related sciences such as ecology, biology (conservation/field/marine), geology, hydrology, and zoology.

     

    The National Conservation Scholarship complements the many scholarships offered annually by IWLA chapters and state divisions.

     

    Each scholarship category includes a $2,500 scholarship and a one-year IWLA student membership.

     

    Category #1: Previous IWLA Chapter/Division Scholarship Recipient

    Applicant is a previous recipient of an IWLA chapter/division scholarship. By the completion of the spring semester/quarter, applicants must:

     

    Be an undergraduate in a recognized conservation- or environment-related degree program.

    Have junior or senior class standing (completed a minimum of 56 semester hours or 108 quarter hours).

     

    Have at least one semester or two quarters remaining in their degree program.

    Be scheduled to enroll as a full-time undergraduate student for the following fall semester/quarter.

     

    Category #2: Current IWLA Member OR Child of a Current IWLA Member

    Applicant is the son or daughter of a current IWLA member (who has been a League member for at least one year prior to scholarship application) or a current IWLA member for at least one year prior to application submission. By the completion of the spring semester/quarter, applicant must:

     

    Be an undergraduate in a recognized conservation or environment-related degree program.

    Have junior or senior class standing (completed a minimum of 56 semester hours or 108 quarter hours).

     

    Have at least one semester or two quarters remaining in their degree program.

    Be scheduled to enroll as a full-time undergraduate student for the following fall semester/quarter.

    Edited by Melanie Colón

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