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Environmental Scholarships: Supplemental Sources of Financial Aid

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Air and Waste Management Association
ATTN: Ms. Kay F. Bedenis, Chair
Scholarship Committee
East Michigan Chapter, A&WMA
12467 Beacon Hill Drive
Plymouth, MI 48170 

The East Michigan Chapter, A&WMA, is pleased to announce up to four $1,500 scholarships to be awarded to students studying for a career in air pollution control, hazardous waste management or another environmental area. The scholarships must be used at a college or university located within the State of Michigan. Merit is of primary interest, but financial need, extracurricular activities and interests are also considered.
Deadline: March 15

 
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