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Scholarships Available - Application Deadline is March 30, 2018
The East Michigan Chapter, A&WMA, is pleased to announce a $2,250 Scholarship to be awarded to
students studying for an environmental career. The scholarship awarded is the Paul R. Shutt Memorial
Scholarship in honor Mr. Shutt, a former Chapter Chair.
We look forward to receiving your application. The application process is online.
Complete instructions with eligibility
The steps to
for a scholarship are:
- The required information of name, address, and phone
numbers is used to establish
an online account that will allow you to upload application documents
as you get them ready. When the required information is
filled in, press the Start
- Load documents:
- Go to the Submit
Documents function located below the Application Summary
section of the scholarship application web page.
- Select the Browse
button to locate a document you want to load.
- Find the appropriate Document Type
(resume, transcript, etc.) in the pull-down list .
- Press the Send
File button and wait for the Document Status area
to be updated.
- The Eligibility Verification Statement template is here.
- You can return to the website as often as you like to load
or revise documents. To return,
Arrange for the Faculty Letter of Recommendation to be sent as described in the complete instruction document.
- Go to http://emawma.org, click the Login
area on the upper left corner of the webpage for the login
- Use the email address and password you established in
the step 1.
- Click the Scholarship
Application link on the left
of the main page.
- You should see the status of your application, documents
currently submitted, and an area to load new or replacement documents.
Once you load your documents and we load the Letter of
Recommendation, review process
dates will change as review actions are completed.
If you have any
questions on the application process, please contact the Education Committee
Chairperson at firstname.lastname@example.org