NAAMLP Land Reclamation Scholarship

  • Deadline: 05/31/2024
  • Renewable: Unknown
  • Number of Awards: 4
  • Award Amount: $2,500
  • Website:
  • Phone: 301-689-1460
  • Fax: Not Available
  • Email:
  • Address: 160 South Water Street Frostburg, MD 21532

NAAMLP is a non-profit organization interested in the reclamation and restoration of lands affected by abandoned mining throughout the nation and it offers scholarships to support younger generations in their educational goals and achievements.

Full Description

Three undergraduate students and one graduate student who are chosen as the most eligible for this award will be given this financial aid.

The award amount is $2500 and it can be used for the education fees of students whose aim is to work as scientists, engineers or technicians in the field of mine land reclamation.

Who's eligible?

The NAAMLP scholarship is aimed at three undergraduate students and one graduate student.

However, they need to fulfill the following criteria so as to be eligible for the scholarship:

They need to be undergraduate students enrolled in a school in the Eastern region of the United States, in the Mid-Continent region of the United States or in the Western Region of the United States.

The eligible applicant can be a graduate student enrolled in a school located anywhere within the United States.

Those people who are so lucky to get the scholarship would be invited to attend the
NAAMLP Annual Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in September and he/she will be expected to participate in all Conference activities.

How to Apply

So as to apply for this scholarship, in case you are an eligible candidate, you should complete Scholarship Application Form which can be found on the official website once the application process starts, you will have to submit a statement in which you will demonstrate your commitment to the reclamation and restoration of lands affected by abandoned mining, your intended career, your major study and current level of education and educational history.

You will have to submit information related to your course work, employment, and volunteer activities, your intent to complete education in the required field and your financial need.

Furthermore, a transcript of last year course work and one letter of support should be included with the application.

All the above mentioned documents can be mailed to the following address:

Mr. Michael Garner, Chief
Abandoned Mine Lands Division
Maryland Mining Program
Maryland Department of the Environment
160 South Water Street
Frostburg, Maryland 21532-2145

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