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This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society’s Southwest Region Scholarship!
The Native American Fish & Wildlife Society offers a scholarship to assist and enable Native American students in the Southwest Region pursue a course of study leading to an undergraduate or graduate degree, and post graduate degree in the field of natural resource management, including fisheries and wildlife biology, general biology, forestry, soil and range management, environmental and related earth sciences, and conservation law enforcement.
- Must be an enrolled member of a federally-recognized Tribe or Alaska Native.
- Must be a current full-time student in good standing at an accredited institution of higher learning pursuing a degree in a field of natural resources.
- Must have legal residency within the Southwest Region of the NAFWS at the time of application. (Southwest Region include the States of New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada and southern California)
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JUNE 17, 2016
For a complete list of eligibility requirements and award information, click here.