Friday, August 13, 2010

Scholarship available

Howka Tribal members.. we have so many college students I am not sure who is going to school for what. I am posting this scholarship opportunity that was just sent to me ..
The Wildlife Society is currently offering grants of $1,500 via a competitive program available to all Native American, Alaska Natives, First Nations, Native Hawaiian or Indigenous Tribal students currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program studying natural resources or natural resource management. Through these grants we¹d like to enable as many interested, budding professionals as possible to attend our 17th Annual Conference in Snowbird, Utah, which will run from October 2-6 this year. Select students will be able to enjoy meeting and learning from experienced wildlife professionals from all over the country. The original application deadline of August 6, 2010 has been extended to August 20, 2010 to try to encourage more students to apply for this wonderful opportunity.Details about the program and how to apply are available at: The Wildlife Society17th Annual ConferenceJoin us for The Wildlife Society¹s 17th Annual Conference, held in Snowbird, Utah, from October 2-6, 2010. There you can learn about cutting-edge research in wildlife biology, management, and conservation, as well as meet colleagues and receive mentoring from wildlife professionals in a wide range of fields.The conference offers over 450 paper and poster presentations, half-day and full-day workshops, related field trips and many networking opportunities.Student attendees can also participate in a career fair and attend a host of student activities including breakfasts and dinners, a student-professional mixer, and a quiz bowl.Application Deadline: August 20, 2010For conference Please help us spread the word about this exciting new initiative to all eligible students. Kind regards,Shannon

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