The Wintergreen Fund for Conservation is providing a $1,500 bursary to a student graduating from a local high school who has decided to further their education in one of the environmental, conservation or natural resources fields of study.
An application form must be completed by the student and submitted directly to Wintergreen. The Wintergreen Committee members will review submissions and determine the recipient based on the applicant’s interest and involvement with environmental studies and conservation.
The bursary is open to students:
- completing their final year of high school in the City of Timmins;
- who will be entering their first year of full-time undergraduate study in a college or university; and
- who have a demonstrated record of participation, leadership or volunteerism in the promotion of conservation awareness and the environment in our local watershed.
Applications are closed for the 2019 Bursary program.