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Raftelis Financial Consultants Environmental Finance and Management Fund Scholarship

Description
The North Carolina American Water Works Association and the North Carolina Water Environment Association (NC AWWA-WEA) is a volunteer association dedicated to providing water and wastewater education, training, and service in an effort to protect public health and the environment.

Eligibility
  • Scholarship to be awarded a student pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree with a concentration in environmental finance, environmental management, or related disciplines, in an accredited institution of higher education
  • Student must have maintained a GPA of greater than 3.0
  • Student must be a US citizen
  • Student must not be related to scholarship sponsors nor employed by such sponsors and not an employee of nor related to officer or director of NCAWWA-WEA, nor to any member of the Endowment Committee
  • Preference will be given to student in the following order:
    • North Carolinas residents attending North Carolina institutions of higher education
    • Residents outside of North Carolina attending North Carolina institutions of higher education
    • North Carolina residents attending institutions of higher education outside North Carolina
    • Student who are members of the Student Chapter of NC AWWA-WEA


Amount
  • One $1,000.00 scholarship will be awarded
  • The recipient may receive the scholarship annually through completion of an undergraduate degree and/or completion of post graduate degree by documenting the meeting of qualifications
  • Award recipient will qualify for free registration for the Annual NC AWWA-WEA Conference each year in which he/she is awarded the scholarship


Application Procedure
In ONE envelope, applicants must submit:

  • A completed application form. (Available at www.ncsafewater.org/scholarships)
  • Recommendation of college instructors (At least two). These should be in sealed envelopes signed by the instructors
  • Essay in which he/she discusses why he/she wants to become a professional with a concentration in environmental finance, environmental management, or related disciplines and what contributions he/she hopes to make to that sector of the water industry. (Maximum of 800 words)
  • Official college transcript with university seal
  • Academic Advisor Certification (Form is available at www.ncsafewater.org/scholarships)

All application materials (including enclosures) must be mailed to the address below, and postmarked by March 24, 2016.

NC AWWA-WEA
2015 NC Safewater Endowment Fund Scholarship Application
3725 National Drive, Suite 217
Raleigh, NC 27612

Other Information
Letters of notification will be mailed to all applicants by June 20, 2016. If notification of the decision has not been received by July 1st, please contact NC AWWA-WEA staff member Erin Mallis at (919) 784-9030 or emallis@ncsafewater.org.

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