Application form for 2015 NYSASWM student scholarships

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Application  must be completed before February 1, 2015

Awards are made through recommendation of the Scholarship Review Committee, usually in $500 increments; while the maximum of a single award is set at $5,000.

Please gather all required application information before filling out the on-line form.

  1. Current and past college information
  2. Current and past work experience
  3. NYSASWM membership information
  4. 100 word or less description of extracurricular activities
  5. Approximately 250 word description of influences related to considering a career in environmental science
  6. <Email or postal mail>  Copy of unofficial college transcript
  7. <Email or postal mail> References from 2 faculty members at your school

To eliminate any chance of this form timing out before you have the opportunity to complete your text for items 4 & 5 above, please type your answers into an editor first then copy and paste your content  directly into the on-line application.  Thank you.

Email or postal main items 6 & 7 above to:

NYSASWM c/o F. Joseph Stockbridge, P.E.
12 Denhelder Drive
Ballston Lake, New York 12019
Email: f.josephstockbridge@ymail.com

First
Last
  Name Address Courses/Major Dates Attended Degree Received
College 1
College 2
College 3
College 4
Beginning with most recent.
  Company Name Address Dates of Employment Position Hrs. Per Week
Company 1
Company 2
Company 3
Typed statement (100 words or less) describing your extracurricular activities, sports, tutoring of other students, social welfare work and other similar volunteer activities, including any part time work experience with what type of work and how many hours per week. Include any honors received in any of the above-mentioned categories. Include any course work or experience in the solid waste field (if any). Also, briefly state your financial need – tuition expenses, other scholarships, and loans.
To ensure this form is being filled out by a real person, please answer the math question below.
Typed statement (approximately 250 words) describing the elements in your college or university courses or contacts with the solid waste management field which have led you to consider a career in environmental science, engineering or the solid waste field. Give reasons why you feel that you are capable of contributing to the advancement of the field in which you are interested.
three − = 2