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Lower Thames Valley Conservation Foundation Bursary
Graduating secondary school students must be from schools located in Ontario, Canada, within the jurisdiction of the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority in the municipalities of City of London, Municipality of Strathroy-Caradoc, Municipality of Middlesex Centre, Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Municipality of Dutton/Dunwich, Town of Lakeshore, Municipality of Leamington, Municipality of Southwest Middlesex, Township of Southwold, and the Municipality of West Elgin.
Eligible candidates must be a graduating student, selected by our committee, who will be pursuing post-secondary education in the field of environmental/conservation studies at an accredited institution.
Preference will be given to the student who demonstrates community and/or school involvement in environmental and conservation issues. The successful student will be required to provide proof of enrolment in the intended program of study before the funds will be issued to them.
Applications should be no more than 500 words.
The student should outline the following in his or her application:
- a list of the student’s hobbies and interests
- a statement of “why you feel you should receive the bursary”
- a list of activities and/or volunteer work the student has done
- the intended course of study upon graduation
- the name of the secondary school he or she attends
- the student’s address and phone number
Students must apply in writing to the:
Lower Thames Valley Conservation Foundation,
c/o Lower Thames Valley Conservation Bursary,
R.R. #1, 8449 Irish Drive, Mount Brydges ON N0L 1W0
Value ($) of the award – $500
Quantity of each award – 1
Application Deadline – August 31
The Bursary will be awarded at a meeting of the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Foundation or the Student’s Graduation Ceremony.
The successful student will be notified prior to graduation. The bursary will be issued directly to the student.
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