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Lake Area Foundation offers Environmental Science Scholarship
Scholarship to Campbellsville University for 2017-18 School Year also offers opportunity for up to $1,000 for work at Clay Hill Memorial Forest
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By Judy Hachey
The Lake Area Foundation is pleased to announce The George & Joan White Howell Environmental Education Scholarship for high school seniors interested in pursuing a degree in environmental science at Campbellsville University (CU).
Students graduating from Adair, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, McCreary, Pulaski, Russell, Taylor and Wayne counties are eligible to apply for the scholarship.
A $1,000 annual scholarship will be given to a student during the 2017-2018 academic year. In addition, the scholarship recipient is eligible to earn up to $1,000 during the year for assisting at Clay Hill Memorial Forest, a CU facility which is utilized as a field lab for research and environmental science courses.
Please see your high school guidance counselor to obtain a copy of the application and for more details about scholarship requirements. Application deadline to CU is April 1, 2017. - Judy Hachey
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