Students studying in groundwater-related programs, whether in a university, community college, or a drilling school, are the future of the industry. NGWA recognizes the future by offering many programs for full-time student members including tuition scholarships, a database of hydrogeology programs, professional journals, Darcy and McEllhiney lecture series, Career Center, and access to our database of NGWA-published literature abstracts. We also have a Facebook page that will help students like you connect with the professionals in the industry.
Ask a mentor to sponsor your membership with NGWA. Have them fill out and return this form to start reaping the benefits of student membership!
Apply for a scholarship to help fund your undergraduate degree. Submit an application for the Len Assante Scholarship; if chosen, you may receive up to $4,000 to pursue your groundwater education.
Compete for a Farvolden Award at the NGWA Summit. While presenting your research at the Summit, you have the chance to earn a $750 award for being one of the best student presenters.
Attention international students studying in the United States: The Ivanhoe Foundation seeks to assist developing nations. Its catch phrase is: "Improving water resources in developing countries — one scholarship at a time." To date, the group has funded 61 non-U.S. students attending 19 different universities. For more information, contact Cheryl Ivanhoe-Townsend at:
The Ivanhoe Foundation160 S. Lomita Ave.Ojai, CA 93023 USAwww.theivanhoefoundation.orginfo@theivanhoefoundation.
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