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Florida Outdoor Writers Association

Florida Outdoor Writers Association

24 NW, 33rd Court, Ste. A
Gainesville, FL 32607
ph: (352)392-2801
E-mail: [email protected]

Florida Outdoor Writers Association Scholarships (Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To motivate and encourage young people to enter outdoor communications career fields. Focus: Communications; Journalism. Qualif.: Applicants must be students at Florida Colleges and universities, or must be students whose applications are endorsed by a FOWA member or a faculty advisor. Criteria: Recipients are selected based on the essay, endorsement of the faculty advisor or FOWA member, scholastic merit and extracurricular activities as indicated in the applicant's resume or supporting materials submitted.

Funds Avail.: $500-$1,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit a completed application form; must submit an essay, 500-1,000-words, that expresses their appreciation for the outdoor experience; an up-to-date resume; a letter of endorsement from a FOWA member or faculty advisor. Deadline: August 31.

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