Scott-McKenna Memorial Scholarship

$2,000

May 30, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Named in memory of J.B. Scott and Joe McKenna, founders of RMOWP, the award is given annually to a student with a career interest in communicating about the outdoors. Students need not have a declared major in a communications field. Outdoors subjects include, birding, conservation, science, fishing, hunting, camping, backpacking, paddle and climbing sports. And, the medium may take the form of published written material, photographs, illustrations or messages broadcast on TV, radio, or the Internet.

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  • Scholarship Committee
  • Box 48
  • 4120 Northern Lights Ave.
  • Edinburg , TX 78541
  • info@rmowp.org

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Molly S  on 5/22/2019 4:07:45 PM

This was my top result on my hunt for scholarships, and it sounds absolutely perfect, especially taking into consideration how much the world around me and the life within it mean to me in my own personal life. There needs to be a voice for our environment and those within it without a voice, especially nowadays as we drift further and further from the outdoors and increasingly rely on technology.

Chelsey T  on 10/30/2015 10:33:39 AM

Okay I`m a outdoor person and I love wild life and love camping outdoor and love to help people learn about wild life like wolves and like to be in the woods too and I would anything to help the wild life to be staff and not die from hunters.

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