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Brower Youth Award

$3,000

May 01, 2021

Awards Available: 6

  • Scholarship Description
  • Earth Island Institute established The Brower Youth Award for Environmental Leadership in 2000 to honor renowned environmental advocate David Brower. Each of the six (6) recipients of the Brower Youth Awards will receive a $3,000 cash prize, a professionally produced short film about their work from an Emmy award winning film crew, and flight and lodging accommodations for a week-long trip to the San Francisco Bay Area. Youth environmental change leaders ages 13 to 22 (as of July 1) living in North America (including Mexico, Canada, some Caribbean Islands) and U.S. territories are encouraged to apply. During their stay in California, the recipients will participate in a camping trip, leadership activities, speaking and media engagements, training sessions, and environmental conferences giving them a chance to meet with mentors and peers. The week of activities culminates in the awards ceremony in front of more than 900 guests in San Francisco. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 2150 Allston Way
  • Suite 460
  • Berkeley, CA 94704-1375
  • bya@earthisland.org
  • 510-859-9144

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Monika J  on 5/10/2019 9:20:23 AM

I will be glad if I am selected for this great experience!

lucas l  on 12/21/2010 1:10:34 AM

this is a great offer..interesting!!

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