IAN has established a scholarship program to help defer the costs of workshops and increase professional development.


  IAN Scholarships

IAN has established a scholarship program to help defer the costs of workshops and increase professional development. These scholarships are available to all current members whose attendance would otherwise be limited due to financial restrictions.

This scholarship is a reimbursement and applicants can be awarded up to $100. Recipients must turn in copies of receipts to show funds are applied toward registration, meals or lodging costs and not be applied toward payment of college credit or any travel expenses. 

CRITERIA FOR SELECTION:

1) Applicants must be an IAN member.
2) Student applicants must provide a signature endorsement from a university instructor or advisor.
3) Applicants must state career goals.
4) Selection of the recipients is based on the applicant's ability to explain the relevancy of the workshop to their career/professional goals.

Application deadlines are 40 days prior to the start of the scheduled workshop. The Scholarship Committee will make its decision and notify the applicants no later than 20 days prior to the start of the workshop.

Anyone interested in applying for a scholarship and meeting the above requirements should contact:

Jessica Steines
c/o Clinton County Conservation
PO Box 68
Grand Mound, IA 52751

Phone: 563-847-7202

Send Jessica Steines E-Mail

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CLICK HERE to download the IAN Scholarship Guidelines

CLICK HERE for the IAN Scholarship Application


 
             

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