We have teamed up with the Conservation Federation of Missouri (CFM) to sponsor the Chambers Family Memorial Scholarship as a way to honor Glenn and Jim Chambers – a father and son who enjoyed nature to the fullest.
Glenn was a nationally recognized conservationist who was honored with the William T. Hornady Gold Medal from the Boy Scouts and the Duck Unlimited Distinguished Service Award. Jim was a brilliant student and exceptionally fine musician, having performed as a concert pianist at Carnegie Hall and solo tenor singer in the London Opera House.
In 2019, two scholarships will be awarded:
- $1,000 graduate award
- $500 senior undergraduate award
Scholarship awards will be given in March 2019 at the CFM Convention.
Who may apply:
This scholarship is awarded annually to a graduate or senior undergraduate student majoring in wildlife biology/ecology, or natural resources conservation at a Missouri college or university. The scholarship is designed to recognize excellence in academics, leadership and conservation education.
How to apply:
Applications must include:
- An essay (no longer than 2 pages) describing the graduate student’s research or special project work and how it will or has benefited natural resource conservation, or the senior undergraduate student’s academic/professional goals and reasons behind these goals.
- A current resume, including anticipated graduation date.
- Two letters of recommendation from natural resource professionals.
Where to send application:
Application materials should be sent electronically (either MS Word or PDF) by January 31 to: (Micaela Haymaker, firstname.lastname@example.org). Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.
Questions may be directed to: (Micaela Haymaker, email@example.com, 573-634-2322, ext. 101); Conservation Federation of Missouri, 728 West Main, Jefferson City, MO 65101.