Garden Club of America offers Scholarship for Undergraduate, Graduate and Masters Studies in the field of Botany, New York, 2013 2014
Scholarship Program: The Joan K. Hunt and Rachel M. Hunt Summer Scholarship in Field Botany
Type of Award: Scholarship
Nationality: U.S. Citizen are invited to apply for the Scholarship.
Employer: Garden Club of America funds for the Scholarship.
Level of Study: The scholarships are available for Undergraduate, Graduate and Masters Studies.
Subject(s): It supports Studies in Botany.
Duration: The Scholarships are Provided for 1 Year.
Number of Awards: Number of awards are not specified.
Am I Eligible? Open to undergraduates and graduate students up to the masters degree level with preference given to undergraduate students. Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited United States institution.
What does it cover? Provides $2000 annually to one or more students for summer study in the field.
How do I Apply? You can apply Online.
Scholarship Description: To promote the importance of botany to horticulture by encouraging young men and women to study field botany, and to offer an opportunity to gain knowledge and experience in the field beyond the regular course of study.Selection is by members of the GCA Scholarship Committee and may include additional members who have expertise in field botany. Note that the application for this scholarship and for the GCA Summer Scholarship in Field Botany are the same and will be considered together.
Application closing date: The deadlines to apply for the scholarship is 1 February, 2013.