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Scholarships

Click Here to Download 2019 Scholarship Application

Applications Due Feb. 1, 2019
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Tyler Clark

2010 Winner: Tyler Clark

Tyler Clark, a student at Homewood-Flossmoor High School, will receive the Conservation Education Scholarship.  Tyler plans on attending Spellman College in Atlanta, Georgia where she will pursue an Engineering degree and hopes to become an Environmental Engineer focusing on the protection of natural resources.

Erica Cogswell

2009 Winner: Erica Cogswell

Erica Cogswell of Mokena, is a recent graduate of Lincoln-Way East High School.  Erica will be attending Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, this fall, to study accounting.

Rebeckah Isack

2009 Winner: Rebeckah Isack

Rebeckah Isack of Mokena, is a graduate of Lincoln-Way East High School in Frankfort, and will be attending Coe College, located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.  She plans on majoring in Environmental Science and hopes to pursue a career in the same field, specifically working to develop “greener” cities across the globe.

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