Apprentice Ecologist Scholarship

$500

December 31, 2020

Awards Available: 3

  • Scholarship Description
  • The Apprentice Ecologist Initiative awards three scholarships to the authors of the three best Apprentice Ecologist essays. Applicants should embody the spirit of the Apprentice Ecologist Initiative by demonstrating personal leadership and environmental stewardship in their project. Winning essays have been 750 to 1,500 words long. Middle school, high school, or undergraduate college/university students (ages 13-21) are eligible to apply. Register and upload your favorite photo with the essay. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 115 Cornell Dr. SE
  • #40712
  • Albuquerque, NM 87196-0712
  • mail@wildernessproject.org

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Amanda B  on 9/25/2020 12:09:29 AM

I am a first generation college student from a small logging town in Washington. I have been blessed to live in the beautiful Pacific Northwest and I want to continue my education to study wildlife ecology and help maintain the diverse and wonderful wildlife that reside in Washington. I look forward to applying to this scholarship to help me achieve the an education in wildlife ecology.

Serenity G  on 7/6/2020 6:40:07 PM

I come from a family that has not had the opportunity to go to college, I will hopefully be fort gen college student and hopefully get into the masters program after I earn my bachelors.

NATALY T.  on 4/6/2020 11:03:56 PM

I come from a family who lived their whole life as farmers. This climate change had a huge effect on them. I love being able to help and spread the word about how one can change their habits in order to make the world a better, healthier, cleaner, place to live in.

Jada Y.  on 12/31/2019 8:25:04 AM

I want to make a change in our world.

Basmaa Gomaa  on 10/12/2019 1:49:40 PM

Very good and I hope to come and studying.

Nigel L  on 6/7/2019 12:40:21 PM

YES

Kezia P  on 11/4/2011 1:38:28 PM

I am interested in entering into this!

Tiffany D  on 12/7/2010 7:26:19 PM

I come from a humble background, but I do not use my past as an excuse for what I will be capable of in the future. I have big dreams to create technology that will help and inspire the world. With all these great ideas, I just need financial aid to put my dreams into practice and begin to contribute my wondrous ideas to the world. Thank you for listening.

shaban s  on 11/18/2010 3:02:48 AM

life has its obstacles.this programme completely eliminates educational obstacles.

shaban s  on 11/18/2010 3:01:00 AM

im interested in education cause its the backbone of life.i fancy this programme.

Zaimah A  on 10/30/2010 12:37:13 AM

I plan to apply because it involves things that I am interested in and everyone needs money for school...

simachew e  on 10/29/2010 2:53:26 AM

l am very interested to join.

10/25/2010 2:38:00 PM

I am loving this too.... Will share with my friends

Aminu M  on 10/24/2010 12:16:40 PM

it is lovely,but the process is too long

Nikki H  on 12/15/2009 6:29:21 PM

yeah I really like this idea. We are doing something like this for one of my classes! I am going to apply!

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