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Center for Wooden Boats

Center for Wooden Boats

1010 Valley St.
Seattle, WA 98109-4468
Ph: (206)382-2628
Fax: (206)382-2699

Ed Monk Scholarships (Professional Development/Scholarship)

Purpose: To provide educational opportunities for professionals working in traditional maritime trades and to further maritime professionals' knowledge of traditional marine trades in other cultures. Focus: Maritime studies. Qualif.: Study and research may include current and historical methods of boat construction. Applicants must have background in traditional maritime trades. Criteria: Recipients will be selected on the basis of merit.

Funds Avail.: $4,000. To Apply: Applicants should explain how the project will enrich their existing knowledge and how the funds would be used. Applicants must provide background in traditional marine trades and a list of references. Deadline: June 1. Contact: Dick Wagner, 206-382-2628.

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