Wisconsin Division IWLA Scholarship
A $1,000.00 scholarship is awarded each year. The scholarship is awarded to all students attempting a degree in a conservation related field of study. The student must have attained at least a second year through the MS level standing in post secondary educational institutions in Wisconsin. The dead line for the submission of the application is 1 March of each year.
You may download a copy of the application form from the attachment section of this page. If you are not able to download a copy of the application contact Ron MacDonald at (715) 630-0279 / firstname.lastname@example.org or Gerald Ernst at (715) 344-4668 / email@example.com and ask them for a application.
Send completed scholarship applications to Ronald MacDonald, 1909 Main Street, Stevens Point WI 54481
Ray Kliss & Past State President's Memorial Scholarship
The Brown County Chapter of the Izak Walton League of America is accepting applications for the Ray Liss and Past President"s Memorial Scholarship. All State of Wisconsin residents that will be studying environmental science and related conservation at the college or technical school level in the fall of 2010/2011 are elligible for the $1,000.00 scholarship as well as students already enrolled in college or technical schools.
Applications for interested students consist of a resume, a school transcript and three (3) letters of reference submitted by 31 March 2010. Provide an address, phone number, and the school program which you will be enrolling in or now attend, if already out of high school. People familiar with your activities and character should be asked to provide these references. Supplemental information, in the form of a cover letter, indicating activities and interests in environmental issues are encouraged and will be accepted with your resume.
Mail applications to : Scholarship Committee, Brown County Chapter IWLA, P. O. Box 341, DePere, WI 54115
Bill Cook Chapter Scholarship
The Bill Cook Chapter of the IWLA provides financial assistance to students in the Conservation related fields of study in post-secondary educational institutions. Awards will reflect primarily the applicants' character and probable contributions to the future of their communities. The chapter may be contacted under "other links" of the left side bar of this page. An application form for the Bill Cook scholarship may be downloaded from the attachment listed below.