FFGC Scholarship in Environmental Issues
Sponsored by: Florida Federation of Garden Clubs
Application Deadline May 1
Type of Award Scholarship
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The FFGC Scholarship in Environmental Issues has an average application process compared to similar scholarships. It may require an essay or interview to apply.
A scholarship's Competition is based on the number of applications and how many awards are available.
The FFGC Scholarship in Environmental Issues is moderately competitive compared to similar scholarships.
Applicant must be a resident of Florida, will attend or is attending a Florida school, and must demonstrate financial need. Work transcript, personal letter, photo, letters of recommendation, and interview required.
Requirements for the FFGC Scholarship in Environmental Issues
City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Environmental Control Technologies/Technicians
Melba Campbell, FFGC Scholarship Chairperson
6065 21st Street, SW
Vero Beach, FL 32968-9427
Phone: (561) 778-1023
Scholarship Questions and Answers
Separate application required?
Award must be repaid?
Award is renewable?
Yes. Renewable if recipient reapplies, maintains a minimum "B" grade average, and demonstrates financial need.
Award is granted yearly?
Other Scholarships Offered by Florida Federation of Garden Clubs
Are any other Environmental Studies awards available?
Students majoring in Environmental Studies can also apply for Diversity Internship, Sherman Fairchild Foundation and Professor Elizabeth F. Fisher Fellowship. View more Environmental Studies awards.
How much is this scholarship worth?
The FFGC Scholarship in Environmental Issues gives out $3500 on average. The most you can get from the FFGC Scholarship in Environmental Issues is $3500, while the minimum award is $3500. Use our Scholarship Search to search for more awards of around $3500.