USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
USDA, APHIS, Human Resources/Employment
4700 River Rd., Unit 106
Riverdale, MD 20737
Purpose: To provide financial assistance to academically qualified students who are enrolled in college-level programs related to agriculture or the biological sciences. Focus: General studies. Qualif.: Applicants must be: United States citizens; enrolled in an accredited college or university within the U.S.; sophomores or juniors in good academic standing (must maintain an at least 2.5 grade point average); enrolled in programs related to agriculture or the biological sciences; must agree to work for the agency during school breaks (both summer and holiday periods) a minimum of 640 hours prior to completion of studies. Criteria: Applicants are evaluated based on academic achievement.
Funds Avail.: No specific amount. To Apply: Applicants must submit completed application which contains an Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF-612) or resume; a personal letter that describes their interests, goals and chosen career plans, explains how they envision their ability will contribute to the PPQ mission, outlines why they should be selected for this program over other candidates, and lists the permanent addresses at which they can be contacted all year. Applicants must also submit transcripts of their college work to date; three letters of recommendation from people not related to them; documentation of service, if they have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Deadline: March 1.
Purpose: To provide financial assistance to graduates and undergraduates of veterinary medicine and biomedical sciences. Focus: Veterinary; Medicine, Veterinary; Biomedical sciences. Qualif.: Applicants must be U.S. citizens enrolled in an accredited college or university within the United States as full-time students in good academic standing; must be undergraduate students who have completed at least 2 years (60 semester or 90 quarter hours) of a 4-year preveterinary medicine or other biomedical science curriculum or graduate students who have completed not more than 1 year (18 semester or 27 quarter hours) of study in veterinary medicine; must be willing to work for the agency during school breaks (both summer and holiday periods). Criteria: Applicants are evaluated based on academic achievement.
Funds Avail.: $5,000 up to $10,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit resume, including current and summer addresses and telephone numbers; transcripts of all college courses completed; letter of acceptance, if entering graduate school; three letters of recommendation from college officials; original essay, not exceeding 500 words on the topic: “Why I should receive a Saul T Wilson, Jr., Scholarship and what contributions I would make to APHIS, Veterinary Services”; documentation of service, if they have served in the U.S. Armed Forces. Deadline: March 1.
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