Public Lands Foundation is very delighted to make possible a wonderful funding scheme called “George Lea Founder’s Scholarships” for students. These scholarships will help promising students who need financial assistance to complete their schooling. These programs were founded and named after George Lea, who is the founder of the Public Lands Foundation. It is your chance to gain needed financial support as well as experience working with this organization. All juniors, seniors and masters-level graduate students majoring in a natural resource or public land policy curriculum during the 2021-2022 school year are invited to be a part of these opportunities.
There are two annual scholarships available for worthy students at the Public Lands Foundation. By helping students in funding their education, this organization wants to give back to the community. Public Lands Foundation understands that today’ students are the leaders of tomorrow, so it is necessary for them to earn proper education in their chosen fields. This foundation is completely aware of the challenges caused by the increased cost of education. In an effort of making students educational journey problems free, Public Lands Foundation has developed this opportunity that you can take advantage of if you are eligible.
Public Lands Foundation is a national membership organization founded in 1987 as a non-profit, tax-exempt foundation. It is a national membership organization advocating and working to keep public lands in public hands. It has rich experience and personal knowledge of these lands and unparalleled expertise in their management.
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|Public Lands Foundation
|Undergraduate and graduate
|Natural resource or public land policy curriculum
|Number of Awards
|March 19, 2021
Who May Be Eligible
Applicants must meet the following criteria before applying for this program:
- All juniors, seniors and masters-level graduate students majoring in a natural resource or public land policy curriculum during the 2021/2022 school year.
- Applicants must demonstrate academic excellence with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0.
- Candidates must be full-time students planning on carrying at least 12 units per semester.
- Students will also be rated based on financial need, related volunteer, professional society participation, employment, etc.
How to Apply
Candidates need to download a form and complete it. They should send their completed form to David Stout, PLF, firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline.
Public Lands Foundation will provide two annual scholarships of $5,000 each to worthy students. The educational fund can be used to cover your study-related expenses, including tuition, books, supplies, accommodation and transportation.
Applications are open until March 19, 2021. However, early applications will be given preference.