Emily M. Hewitt Memorial Scholarship

The Emily M. Hewitt Memorial Scholarship is open to a promising upper division or graduate student who shows a commitment to communicate and interpret a love of nature and an understanding of the need to practice conservation.



Eligibility for application is extended to any student or graduate student enrolled full-time in an accredited California post-secondary educational institution whose educational career goals clearly coincide with Emily M. Hewitt’s interest in communicating and interpreting nature’s wonder. Students pursuing degrees in environmental protection, forestry, wildlife and fisheries biology, parks and recreation, park management, environmental law and public policy, environmental art, and California history are encouraged to apply.

A completed application should include the following:
- Statement of personal and career goals
- Resume (and portfolio if applicable)
- Transcripts of all college work completed to date (can be “unofficial” transcript)

Applications should be sent to:
CBTA Emily M. Hewitt Memorial Scholarship Fund
P.O. Box 1196
Arnold, CA 95223

Applicants will be notified by mail one way or another after the scholarship recipient has been selected in mid-May; award will be made at the CBTA Annual Meeting and Picnic in June and funds will be distributed to recipient through the college scholarship office upon enrollment for the fall semester.

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