Marina Landscape Scholarship

$2,500

November 30, 2021

Awards Available: 1

  • Scholarship Description
  • The annual Marina Scholarship will be awarded to students who portray academic excellence working towards a degree in the following fields of interest: landscape construction, engineering, construction management, business administration, and/or related fields. The scholarship is also open to members of union trades specific to landscape careers. Students must apply by November 30th by midnight PST.
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    Scholarship recipient(s) must be a resident of California and must maintain a grade point average of 2.50 or above.
    Scholarship recipient(s) must be working towards a degree in landscape construction, contracting or related fields and/or working towards a degree in engineering, construction management, or business administration or, must be a member of any of the union trades specific to landscape careers. You must be at lease a part-time (6 units) student accepted (you must include your letter of acceptance) to, or attending, a four-year university, community college, or apprenticeship/trade school, and, enrolled in subjects related to the field of construction/engineering/architecture/, or, you must be a member of any of the union trades, or have acquired (verifiable) gainful employment, or letter of intent to be employed, with a construction company. You must have two letters of recommendation. One must be from your current school instructor, counselor, or construction-related employer. You must include a resume and/or summary of your background, interest, achievements, or accomplishments with a list of any awards/honors you’ve received and a 300 dpi high-resolution photo of yourself (jpeg file) and you must send a brief personal statement written by you describing, your landscape construction career goals, and why you think you should be considered for the Marina Landscape Scholarship. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Amanda Taylor
  • 3095 Beacon Blvd.
  • West Sacramento, CA 95691
  • TaylorAd@agc-ca.org
  • 916-956-0672
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