The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at the University of Washington


Deadline: February


This is a paid, two-summer experiential learning experience for first and second year college students.  Conservation scholars explore conservation across themes of climate, water, food and ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest. By exploring intersections of biodiversity conservation and environmental justice across both urban and rural contexts, emerging scholars develop skills and perspectives that deepen their understanding of their relationship to healthy lands and waters.  

 **Doris Duke Conservation Scholars will have all travel, food and lodging paid during their 8-week summer experience and will receive a stipend of $4,000 ($500/week) in each of the two years for a total of $8,000.  
Learn more and APPLY here! Any questions can be directed to  

Udall Scholarship

Deadline: March

Are you a sophomores or junior with a demonstrated commitment to the environment? Check out the Udall scholarship! $7,000 and a weekend training For more information on Udall, please: contact Tanya Hayes (Udall campus representative) at and visit the website here for more information. 

Student Scholarships for WSRA’s 2018 Conference

Deadline: March

Scholarships include full registration, entitling students to attend educational sessions, workshops, exhibits, tours of recycling facilities (subject to availability), social events, meals and the Washington State Recycling Association (WSRA) Annual Awards Banquet. Three nights’ lodging in the host hotel will be provided. In addition to attending Conference, scholarship recipients will receive free registration to all 2018 Washington Recycles Every Day (WRED) events organized by WSRA and held around the state. There is an online application including an essay and 1-2 reference letters are required. Apply online here

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