Students who are related to the members of FNABC have an excellent opportunity. The Forestry Nursery Association of British Columbia makes every possible effort to support their member and their loved ones. The Forestry Nursery Association of British Columbia is now ready to help you complete your education with its worthy FNABC Scholarship Award. Students who are FNABC members or sons/daughters/grandsons/granddaughters/employees of an FNABC member to further their post‐secondary education are eligible to apply for this award.
This program’s motive is to support the students who are planning to complete their higher education or are already enrolled in higher education. The program is exclusively designed to support the deserving candidates to build a substantial career in their fields. It makes it possible for every member loved ones to complete their education without worrying about their financial burden. The association is committed to serving the members and their students with different initiatives.
The Forestry Nursery Association of British Columbia is one of the most dedicated associations for supporting the society and the members. The association’s objectives are to promote and foster the aims of forest nurseries in the Province of BC and elsewhere where the association’s members may be engaged. Their aim is to educate the government, industry, and the public on the benefits of growing forest seedlings and the sustainable management of forest lands. They promote and support the continuous improvement of health, safety, and environmental responsibility in forest seedling nurseries. The association encourages continuing education, research, and continual improvement of forest seedling production.
Know more about the scholarship in the table below:
|Educational Level||College or university students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||October 30, 2020|
Who May Be Eligible?
Here are the requirements you need to follow to be eligible for this award:
- Applicants must be sponsored by a member of the Forest Nursery Association of BC and applications signed by the member sponsor.
- Candidates must be planning to enter or returning to post-secondary education within the 12 months following the application deadline.
- Preference for this award will be given to a student entering into field horticulture, agriculture, or a forestry‐related field of study.
How to Apply
Only the eligible candidates should download the application and begin with the process. Applicants should complete the application with all the needed details. The association will not entertain late applications. Other supporting materials should be submitted with concern. Please ensure that all the materials you are submitting are authentic to be considered for the program. Submit
Application form and attachments to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or FNABC c/o David Trotter, 197 Cornell Way, Port Moody, BC, V3H 3W3
- A fully completed application should be submitted.
- A brief letter describing your various interests, experience, and reasons you feel qualified for this award should be submitted.
- A letter of support from an instructor or administrator at your high school or attending educational institution summarizing your academic standing and record must be provided.
- A copy of your most recent transcripts of the previous year’s marks. (Official transcript not necessary) is mandatory.
- The budget for the year, including anticipated sources of income and expenses, must be submitted.
The FNABC award committee will determine two annual awards for $1000 each by November 15 of each calendar year. This amount should be utilized to pay the candidates’ educational expenses like books, room, and other verified needs. Fellows are encouraged to do better in their careers with the help of these funds. Candidates are motivated to maintain good academic standing.
Application for this award will be accepted any time before Noon (Pacific Time), October 30, 2020. Incomplete or late applications will face rejection. Fellows should provide valid data only.