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Dedication to the Environment Scholarship Program

The Northern Tier Solid Waste Authority (NTSWA)will be annually awarding three scholarships, one for each of Bradford, Sullivan and Tioga Counties, Pennsylvania. The award shall be in the amount of $1,000 and shall be made payable directly to the award recipient's institution of higher education in the second semester of study. NTSWA reserves the right to withhold an award due to the lack of eligible participants for one or all of the three counties affected. NTSWA reserves the right to make additional awards during approval process. NTSWA also reserves the right to withhold an award in the event that the recipient does not successfully complete the first semester of higher education.

The applicant must meet the following criteria to be considered eligible for the NTSWA Scholarship:
- The applicant must be a resident of Bradford, Sullivan or Tioga counties in Pennsylvania for at least one year prior to application.
- The applicant must provide documentation of acceptance at an institution of higher education in a field related to the environment (i.e. biology, chemistry, environmental science, meteorology etc.) or waste management. This may include high school seniors as well as first semester college freshmen.

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