Applications are OPEN!
2018 Winners, L-R: Jake Gervasio (Pratt Sponsorship), Jack Ewing, Emily Alworth, Connor Douskey, Jack Virbickas, Dave Neal
Not pictured: Benjamin Farrell
Photo credit: Vi Owens
The Washington Environmental Council is now accepting digital applications for our scholarship programs using Google Forms. This is the first year of a new process, so we ask that you have patience with any hiccups that may occur. We are excited to receive your responses!
If you have any problems, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can help you to troubleshoot or send you an alternate method to submit.
Applications are due by April 12, 2019.
College Scholarship Application Form:
College Scholarship Recommendation Form: (May be emailed to reference(s)):
Summer Program Application Form:
Summer Program Recommendation Form (may be emailed to reference(s)):
The Mary Anne Erichsen Memorial Scholarship is to honor Mary Anne Erichsen who supported many worthy environmental causes during her lifetime and was kind enough to bequeath the Council a generous gift.
This scholarship offers grants of up to $2,000 to students interested in pursuing environmental studies in college. The scholarship is open to any Washington, Roxbury or Bridgewater student in sound scholastic standing, provided the student attends or has attended high school in Washington. Residents of Washington will have preference, all other application factors being equal.
Summer Environmental Programs
The Ken Williams Memorial Scholarship is to honor Ken Williams who was a past President and Treasurer of the Council and who died in 1998.
This scholarship offers grants of up to $1,000 to middle and high school (9-12 graders) or college students in sound scholastic standing who would like to attend environmentally oriented programs during the summer. The program is available to students who live in Washington, Roxbury and Bridgewater, provided they attend or have attended school (middle or high school) in Washington. Residents of Washington will have preference, all other application factors being equal.