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The NEHA AAS is a Scholarship sponsored by NEHA.

Award Information:

Amount of Scholarship: Minimum: $1000, Maximum: $1500
Application Deadline: 1-Feb-07
Requirements: The undergraduate scholarships are available to students who are enrolled in an approved four-year college or university that is either accredited by the Environmental Health Accreditation Council (EHAC) or is a NEHA Educational or Sustaining Member School (EHAC accredited colleges/universities and NEHA Educational and Sustaining Member Schools). The undergraduate scholarship is to be used toward the tuition and fees associated with either the junior or senior year of college studies. The graduate scholarship is available to those students or career professionals who are enrolled in a graduate program at a recognized college or university with a declared curriculum in EH sciences and/or public health. The graduate scholarship is to be used toward tuition and fees associated with graduate studies. Applicants must complete the official application form, originals only (no faxes, copies or email submissions will be accepted); provide an official copy of the academic transcript from the school in which the applicant is currently enrolled; submit two faculty letters of recommendation from the school in which the applicant is currently enrolled; and submit one letter of recommendation from an active NEHA member. These three letters of recommendation must be received for an application to be considered and from 3 separate people as described above.

Sponsorship provided by:

720 S. Colorado Blvd, Suite 1000-N
Denver, CO 80246
Phone Number: 303 756 9090
Fax Number: 303 691 9490

You can find out more by contacting:

Cindy Dimmitt
Scholarship Coordinator
720 S. Colorado Blvd, Suite 1000-N
Denver, CO 80246
Email Address:
Phone Number: 303 756 9090 x343
Fax Number: 303 691 9490

You should always investigate any material provided for the scholarship. The best shot of achieving your goal will follow from finding out the requirements from the start and knowing if you fulfill them. At the outset seek to understand the reason for involvement of the NEHA and their reason for offering the NEHA/AAS. Once that is done, figure out if there is a reasonable chance of being awarded the scholarship. Once you believe that there is a good chance of actually being a recipient of the NEHA/AAS, then you should use your time.

A crucial aspect of applying for the scholarship is paying close attention to the application. Some forms are long and boring, but it is absolutely critical that you fill out the application accurately. It would be awful to miss out as the result of something that could have been avoided.

Once the application is sent off, figure out the timeframe regarding when the NEHA/AAS confers the award and actually dispenses the money so you'll be aware of whether or not you will be able to count on the scholarship to assist with your financial needs and how it will help you out, stipulations may exist on what expenses are covered by the NEHA/AAS. It can be difficult to find ways to handle the expenses associated with school, and getting the NEHA/AAS as a supplement to your own resources can make things much easier. If you don't end up getting the NEHA/AAS, try not to be upset, you can find different scholarships and you may find success elsewhere.

Last Updated: 12/18/2015


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