The Explorers Club is now accepting student grant applications for 2012. The program gives students, high school through grad school, who will be conducting individual scientific or exploration research projects the opportunity to receive funding to support their work.
The awards programs fall into two categories, Youth Activity Fund and Exploration Fund. The former is designed for high school and undergrad students, while the latter is for graduate, post-graduate, doctorate and early career post-doctoral students. The amount of the award generally falls between $500-$1500, but can go as high as $5000 in rare circumstances.
For more information on the grants and the process for applying click here. You’ll also find the application form and lists of past winners on the same page.
The deadline for submitting your application is November 15. Grant winners will be announced in April.
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Great way for them to give back, just wish I was a touch younger by many decades! 🙂
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