John B Holdstock Scholarship
Scholarship Value $1,000
Number of Scholarships 1
Successful scholarship applicants must be a resident of British Columbia and a current undergraduate or graduate student attending university or college in the sciences or a related field.
One scholarship of $1,000 is awarded annually.
All application criteria must be met in order to qualify
We recommend that interested students review the criteria, gather/create all electronic files and then return to the website to fill out and submit their application. Make sure you have acquired copies of all mandatory items listed below before beginning your submission.
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- A resident of British Columbia.
- A full-time student attending a BC university or college in the upcoming fall semester.
- Enrolled in the sciences or a related field (applicant will be asked to list courses they intend to study in the upcoming term).
- Currently hold a GPA of 3.50 or ‘B’ average or better (relevant transcripts for proof of grades must be included with application).
- One Letter of Reference stating the applicant’s participation in outdoor conservation work involving fish, wildlife and/or habitat conservation in British Columbia.
- A brief essay (maximum 500 words) describing your interests in pursuing fish, wildlife and/or habitat conservation as a part of your academic studies (e.g. you may want to include information about relevant personal interests and activities, academic goals, academic achievements, career plans and how BC’s conservation movement might benefit from your contribution).
- Enrolled in a minimum 80% course load (NOTE a full course load may not be available to some Masters students. Where a full course load is not offered, this criterion does not apply).
- Proof of enrollment at the University/College will be requested prior to issuing the award.
- The Selections Committee provides weighted scoring to applicants with a proven record of interest in the outdoors (including hunting and fishing) and/or your intentions in using your education towards the conservation and enhancement of BC’s fish and wildlife and habitat.