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Harold Colby/Ray Barton NH Association of Septage Haulers Memorial Scholarship

$500

March 24, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • NHASH is a professional association that represents committed industry leaders in septic system pumping and maintenance, installation, and repair. Our members are environmentally responsible, engaging in disposal practices that are federal and state approved. Our site is dedicated to helping people in the Granite State find the answers they need for their septic systems.

    Eligibility:
    Open to any high school student applying to college (2yr or 4yr, college or trade school), any current part time or full time college student.

    Must meet one of the following criteria:
    a) Any immediate family member, defined as spouse, child, grandchild or parent, of a New Hampshire Association of Septage Haulers (NHASH) member in good standing may apply for the scholarship for any secondary education.
    b) Any immediate family member of an industry related business or organization which meets the criteria for membership as a NHASH Associate member for any industry related secondary education.
    c) Any member of the general public pursuing a degree in any environmental science field

    Selection criteria: once each student has met the eligibility criteria, the scholarship committee selects students based on financial need, academic merit and other non-academic factors such as work experience, community services, sports, clubs and activities.

    Award Disbursement: the scholarship(s) will be paid to the school after the completion of the first semester and maintaining a 3.0 GPA.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Director
  • 81 Bog Road
  • Concord, NH 03303
  • nhash@nhash.com
  • tel: 603-831-8670
  • fax: 866-400-8631

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