Are you heading towards your Maritime classroom training and education at the University of Alaska? Here is an excellent opportunity to help you with paying financial expenses. Lund Maritime Foundation is introducing valuable Lund Maritime Scholarship designed to provide the financial support to talented students. Candidates who are Ketchikan-area high school graduates or GED recipients are eligible to apply. Applicants should be Ketchikan residents.
The aim behind the program is to support the students in maritime studies. The maritime studies field should be expanded, and to do so, this program has been initiated. The University believes in supporting the students through providing financial assistance to complete their education successfully with less burden of debts. The program motivates candidates to expand their knowledge and achieve their goals in maritime studies. The studies and new research in this field are important to expand the field which needs a professional with proper training and knowledge; this program aims to create those professionals.
The University of Alaska Southeast offers both online and on-campus programs in the sciences, including marine biology, English, social science, liberal arts, business, education, construction, power technology, fisheries, maritime training, health sciences and more. All UAS campuses are in coastal ocean communities; many of their programs take advantage of their location for maritime and maritime study and career opportunities. Ketchikan offers on-campus and online classes and is home to the UAS Maritime Training campus.
|Organization||University of Alaska Southeast Ketchikan|
|Educational Level||Undergraduate Students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and international|
|Application Deadline||December 1, 2020|
|Requirement||Application, Letter of Acceptance|
Who May Be Eligible?
Only the below-mentioned category students are eligible for the program:
- Candidate should be a Kayhi or Revilla graduate, or a Ketchikan GED graduates that have gone through the Ketchikan school system before dropping out of school;
- The student should be a Ketchikan resident.
How to Apply
Considering the enthusiasm of the students to learn maritime studies, the application process is kept straightforward. Students need to complete the assignment as per the supporting documents guidelines and submit it. Students should apply for the program at least thirty days before beginning a course of study or training. Late or incomplete submissions will not be considered for the program. All the data provided should be legit and original. The letter should be submitted to Mr Ralph Mirsky, Sea link, Inc. PO Box 8233, Ketchikan, AK 99901
The application must consist of a letter outlining:
- Your current status
- Your maritime career goals
- What are you currently doing to meet those goals?
- Letter of acceptance or proof of registration.
Selected candidates will receive funding to complete the maritime training and education at the University. This program encourages deserving students to create an excellent career in the maritime industry. This program lowers the load of the cost of the students willing to complete their training.
Please apply before December 1, 2020.