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WWOAP David A Long Memorial Scholarship

The WWOAP Scholarship Committee annually awards scholarship money to any WWOAP member in good standing, to his or her dependent; or to a deserving student in his or her pursuit of higher education. Depending on the level of interest in the program and the funds available, the Association will award up to two scholarships in the amount of $2,500. The successful applicant must be a Pennsylvania resident, but may select an out-of-state institution (such as a technical institute, college, university or graduate school*).



Although not essential to the grant award, it is desired that the successful applicant pursue a course of study that applies to the water supply industry.

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