Scholarships for Budding Ecologists

Do you know a budding ecologist?

Do you have students or children of your own who have a penchant for helping the planet? Maybe you teach an environmental science or biology class and are looking for an incentive to get your students interested in taking initiative on a local conservation or clean-up project. The Apprentice Ecologist Initiative™ is a program that encourages students ages 13 – 21 to take on leadership roles while helping their community through environmental/conservation education and action.

Students conduct their own project, document it, and write an essay about it, then they can submit it for a chance to win an $850 scholarship. The deadline for completing the project and uploading the essay this year is midnight GMT on December 31, 2010. The program is run by the Nicodemus Wilderness Project.


About Deb Hanson

Always a endless seeker... educator, biologist, dreamer, innovator, mom, wife... Located in Portland, OR.
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