The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority (SCRCA) is currently accepting applications for their 2018 scholarships.
Up to two $1000 and two $500 scholarships will be awarded to successful candidates.
These scholarships are available to graduating high school students who are pursuing post-secondary studies in an environmental field (e.g., biology, ecology, geography, forestry, agriculture, fish and wildlife, etc.).
Students living within the boundary of the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority or who attend a secondary school in the following communities are eligible to apply:
Established in memory of Archibald W. Campbell, Tony Stranak and Mary Jo Arnold, these scholarships have been made available through donations to trust funds managed by the St. Clair Region Conservation Foundation.
“Through these generous donations, we are able to provide financial support to budding conservationists in the St. Clair region as they pursue their post-secondary education. We hope these scholarships will encourage young people to take an active role in the environmental issues that impact our society today and in the future,” said Brian McDougall, General Manager of the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority.
Scholarship applications can be obtained from students’ high school guidance departments; by contacting the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority at (519) 245-3710 or visiting the SCRCA website at www.scrca.on.ca.
The deadline for applications is May 31, 2018.