Pottawatomie Garden Club has come forth to offer a great opportunity to the students residing within the St. Charles Community Unit School District 303. This garden Club provides scholarships for the students pursuing education in the fields related to agriculture and the environment. They’ve announced the continuation of their scholarship for the year 2021. Students pursuing their education in Agriculture, Botany; Conservation; Ecology; Environmental Concerns; Forestry, Horticulture, and several other related fields can grab this opportunity and benefit themselves.
Pottawatomie Garden Club aims to support students who wish to beautify their homeland and preserve the environment through their education. By granting scholarships, the club offers financial support to the students of Georgetown. Students can carry out their financial expenses with this amount. This will reduce their financial stress and help them focus on their education. With financial support and minimum stress of educational expenditure, students can study without obstacles and reach closer to their dream careers.
Pottawatomie Garden Club aims to cultivate the spirit of Gardening in the broadest sense. Their objective is to beautify home grounds and to encourage community beautification through Gardening and education. The club grants funds to support horticulture students and finances various gardening and environment-related projects. They organize events where they raise funds and offer an opportunity to the residents of Georgetown to interact with the people who share a similar interest in Gardening.
Candidates must check the table below for more information about the scholarships:
|Organization||Pottawatomie Garden Club|
|Educational Level||High school seniors|
|Subjects||Agriculture related field|
|Number of Awards||One|
Who May Be Eligible
Eligibility criteria for the Pottawatomie Garden Club Scholarship are as follows:
- Applicants must be a high school senior or college students majoring in any of the following areas of study such as Agriculture, Botany, Conservation, Ecology, Environmental Concerns, Forestry, Horticulture, or related studies.
- Candidates must reside within the St. Charles Community Unit School District 303.
How to Apply
Interested applicants can submit their applications for the scholarship at the following address:
Pottawatomie Garden Club Scholarship
249 Chasse Circle,
Fellows must submit all the mandatory details and materials without any negligence. The college will not accept any late or incomplete applications.
- Applicants must provide their cumulative GPA score with the application.
- Candidates must answer the following questions on separate pages:
- What has prompted your interest in your chosen field of study?
- What work or volunteer activities have you participated in the past three years related to your chosen field?
- How do you plan to apply for your education after graduation?
- Is there anything else you would like to tell us about yourself?
Winners will be awarded the Pottawatomie Garden Club Scholarship and $3,000 as scholarship funds. This scholarship fund must be used for the educational expenses of the students. Scholarships offer students financial assistance. With the financial burden taken off, students can focus on their careers.
Applications are currently open. The deadline for the Pottawatomie Garden Club Scholarship is March 31, 2021.