Garden Club of America
$2,500 annually, non-renewable.
The number of awards offered varies annually.
The purpose of the scholarship is to promote the awareness of the importance of botany to horticulture. It does not support research. The summer projects may be pursued beyond the regular course of study to gain additional knowledge and experience and may award credit. Study must be in any one of the 50 states of the U.S. Preference is given to undergraduates. The scholarship committee will meet in March; applicants will be notified shortly after the committee meets. The Garden Club of America does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, disability, religion, age, national origin or sexual orientation with regard to the application for any of the club's scholarships.
Applications are available on the Garden Club of America (GCA) website. In addition to a completed application, the student must submit the following: an essay addressing what he/she knows about the ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.