Monthly archive April, 2010
The Mule Deer Foundation believes, wildlife conservation is of utmost importance and for that more and more people should get involved in this cause. They are working hard to protect and conserve the mule and black-tailed deer and their habitats. In a bid to protect them the MDF and the Jasmine family have come up with the Dannie Jasmine Scholarship for the students of The University Of Nevada, Reno, Department of Environmental & Resource Sciences. Qualification: Must be undergraduate enrolled at UNR in Environmental and resource sciences Must have two semesters remaining in their undergraduate program The application and other related information has been furnished here- http://www.muledeer.org/About/scholarships.htm the application packet must include: about hobbies and leisure activities (100 words) about leadership activities (500 words) about future aspirations (400 or less) about critical conservation issues (300 words or less) about Hunting (300 words or less) letter of recommendation from UNR faculty member official transcripts of grades of past and current curriculum The complete set should be sent to: Mule Deer Foundation Attn: Dannie Jasmine Scholarship Fund 404 East 4500 South, Suite B-10 Salt Lake City, UT 84107 Toll-free: 1-888-375-DEER (3337) Phone: 801-747-3344 Fax: 801-747-3345 The scholarship amount is $ 500 and [...]
The Henkel Corporation’s Duck Brand Duct Tape organises Stuck at Prom Contest” for high school students of US and Canada. This unusual scholarship gives the young students an opportunity to let their imagination run wild and create something very beautiful from duct tape. The competition is in its 10th year where in 10 best couples from the participants will be chosen. These ten finalist will be shortlisted based on workmanship, originality, use of color, accessories and amount of duct tape used. Eligibility Requirement Applicant must be attending a high school prom in the spring 2010 Must be a legal resident of United States or Canada Contestants must be 14 years of age or older Family members, employee of the sponsorer are not eligible Each couple must submit: One color photograph of the couple together in prom attire made of duct tape Each individual’s name, address, phone number and e-mail address A release form signed by each participants. If the entrant is a minor the form needs to be signed by his/her parents or guardian The name, address, and telephone number of the high school, or home school association, which is hosting the prom, and the date the prom held. For [...]
Alvin Cox Memorial Scholarship is given in the memory of Alvin J. Cox who throughout his life worked in finding financial assistance for those who were unable to afford college tuition. Through the Alvin Cox Memorial Scholarship his family members have kept his mission alive. The scholarship is meant for college students who are in need to funds for their education. For the year 2010, 15 individual scholarships will be issued each worth $ 700. For the candidates to be eligible they must be enrolled or have been accepted to enroll in college during summer or fall semesters of 2010. Even the high school students enrolled in dual credit courses can also apply. The best part is there are no parameters decided for eligibility, any student can apply irrespective of their financial status, race or nationality. No application document is used, the candidate needs to put his name, e-mail address, academic year and essay (2 pages on “your reason for deciding to attend college”) and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before May 31, 2010.