Audubon society seeking scholarship applicants

  • Friday, January 19, 2018 1:38pm
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Whidbey Audubon Society is awarding scholarships to graduating Whidbey Island high school seniors who intend to pursue a career in an environmentally-related field.

The 2018 Whidbey Audubon Society Renee Smith Scholarships for environmental and conservation study will total $4,500.

These scholarships are being offered to students pursuing a four-year university degree in environmental studies.

Application forms are available at all three Whidbey Island high school counseling offices.

Application forms are also posted on the Whidbey Audubon website www.whid beyaudubon.org. On the website, select “About Whidbey Audubon,” then select “Scholarships.”

Applications are due at the high school counselor offices by Friday, March 9, 2018.

Insightful information about previous scholarship recipients is also available on the website.

At the website, after selecting “Scholarships,” open the file labeled “Scholarship Recipients.”

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