NEHA/AAS Scholarship

$2,000

February 01, 2019

Awards Available: 5

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The purpose of the NEHA/AAS Scholarship program is to encourage early commitment by students to a career in EH and to stimulate past and present graduates to pursue postgraduate studies in EH sciences and/or public health. The program offers financial assistance to individuals with a demonstratable need, and serves to introduce adequately trained professionals into the EH workforce.

    Eligibility
    -Undergraduate: available to students who are enrolled in an approved four-year college or university that is either accredited by the Environmental Health Accreditation Council (EHAC) or is a NEHA Educational or Sustaining Member School (EHAC accredited colleges/universities and NEHA Educational and Sustaining Member Schools are listed on the back of this brochure). The undergraduate scholarship is to be used toward the tuition and fees associated with either the junior or senior year of college studies.
    -Graduate: available to those students or career professionals who are enrolled in a graduate program at a recognized college or university with a declared curriculum in EH sciences and/or public health. The graduate scholarship is to be used toward tuition and fees associated with graduate studies.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Cindy Dimmitt
  • 720 S Colorado Blvd
  • Suite 1000-N
  • Denver, CO 80246-1926
  • cdimmitt@neha.org
  • tel: 303-756-9090 x309
  • fax: 303-691-9490

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