Announcing the 2013 ISA Water/Wastewater Division Student Scholarships

The ISA water/wastewater division (WWID) is pleased to announce the 2013 ISA WWID Student Scholarship Program.  Students can apply by filling out the application form and attaching a 200-word essay on why they should win, a copy of their academic transcript and confirmation of enrollment.  The application deadline is January 31, 2012.

The ISA water/wastewater division (WWID) is pleased to award up to $2000 of scholarship money to encourage WWID members and their sons/daughters to pursue higher education. In addition, winners will receive a complementary 2 year student ISA membership. Applications are due by postal mail or email by January 31, 2013. Winners will be notified by February 28, 2013 via telephone and email, and will be required to provide a photo and short biography that can be used for publicity reasons. Scholarship money will be distributed by check and mailed after the winner is contacted and has supplied the required photo/bio. Scholarships will be awarded at the sole discretion of the WWID scholarship committee, with preference being given to students enrolled in technical programs that lead to careers in the water/wastewater sector.

Download and view the student scholarship application form.

Mail completed applications to:

Michael Fedenyszen
WWID Scholarship Chairman
60 Whittier Street
Haverhill, Massachusetts, 01830, USA

OR

Email completed application as scanned PDFs to:
scholarship //at// isawwsymposium.com  AND mfedenyszen //at// vanderweil.com

 

About GrahamNasby

General Symposium Chair ---- Graham Nasby, P.Eng., PMP works for Eramosa Engineering Inc. (http://www.eramosa.com), which is a specialty engineering consulting firm that focuses on electrical engineering, system integration, data visualization, and SCADA master planning. Eramosa has extensive experience with the municipal water and wastewater sectors. Contact: [email protected]

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