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The B. Phinizy Spalding & Hubert B. Spalding Scholarships

$1,000

February 10, 2019

Awards Available: 2

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Georgia Trust annually awards two scholarships to encourage the study of historic preservation and related fields. Students currently enrolled in their first year of school in Georgia may apply. Applicants also must plan to enroll full-time during the current or upcoming semesters at a Georgia school. Students applying for the scholarship are encouraged to plan to stay and work in Georgia following graduation. Students majoring in historic preservation or related fields such as archaeology, architecture, history, and planning are eligible. Stipends are given for the current or following academic year and divided over three quarters or two semesters. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Kate Ryan
  • 1516 Peachtree St., NW
  • Atlanta, GA 30309-2908
  • kryan@georgiatrust.org
  • tel: 404-885-7817
  • fax: 404-875-2205

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