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Scholarships and Grants

2021-2022 School Garden Grants MEEC is accepting proposals for environmental school... 2021-2022 EE Mini Grants NEED $$ FOR AN Environmental STEM PROJECT?  2021-2022...

SETLA Awards Scholarships to Local Students

High School Graduates may qualify for scholarships in Science, Engineering, or Technical Field.

Mojave Desert Supplemental Environmental Project Scholarships

The Mojave Desert Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to graduating seniors planning to attend any institution of higher learning and have demonstrated a serious interest in or commitment to the environmental issues during the course of his/her high school education. Each scholarship award is $1,000.

Environmental Science and Engineering Scholarships Availabe

The Mojave Environmental Education Consortium is pleased to announce its 2015/2016 Environmental/Science Scholarship Program.  MEEC will be awarding five scholarships for the 2015/2016 academic year.  Graduating […]

2017 Range Camp Scholarships Available

The 33rd Annual Range and Natural Resources Camp will be taking place June 18-23, 2017 at the beautiful Elkus Youth Ranch in Half Moon Bay, California. The […]

2021 Environmental High School Scholarships

MEEC has two scholarships available for the 2020-2021 academic year. Graduating high school seniors attending high school within MEEC’s boundaries are encouraged to apply. MEEC’s boundaries […]

2019-2020 High School Scholarship Opportunity

The Mojave Environmental Education Consortium is pleased to announce its 2019-2020 Environmental Science and Engineering Scholarship Program. To be eligible students must declare a major in Environmental […]

Youth Backcountry Camp

This summer, the Tahoe Rim Trail Association in partnership with Sierra Nevada Journeys will be offering four sessions of our three-day, two-night Youth Backcountry Camps. These camps are intended to engage high school youth in a true wilderness experience and a service learning project on the Tahoe Rim Trail. While at camp, students can expect to learn about wilderness education, trail operations and maintenance, survival skills, and Leave No Trace outdoor ethics, all while camping in the backcountry in a life-changing outdoor program.

2008/2009 Environmental/Science Scholarship Program

Scholarships were awarded to five qualifying graduating high school seniors in the amount of $1,000.00 each.

Upcoming Fall Teacher Workshops

Look for these exciting and fun FREE teacher workshop announcements begining in September!