Now accepting applications for the 2019 Charlie Tribble Conservation Scholarships!
The Harrison County Conservation District is honored to offer $1,000 scholarship(s) in memory of Charlie Tribble, a board member that served for 37 years until his passing in September 2013. Mr. Tribble had a passion for education and was dedicated to sharing that passion and passing it on to our youth. The conservation district hopes that with these scholarships, we are able to help the recipients follow their dreams and pursue their passion through education.
The Charlie Tribble Scholarship is open to any high school senior/graduate who is a resident of Harrison County, enrolling in at least 6 credit hours at a 2 or 4 year accredited college, majoring in a conservation, environmental, agricultural and/or science program of study supporting our mission of soil stewardship and agriculture. Verification of enrollment will be required. Application must be typed and must include most current high school/college transcript, and a letter of recommendation.
Recipients will receive $500 at the Annual Meeting for the Fall Semester. Upon successful completion of the fall term with a minimum 2.5 GPA and enrollment in the following Spring Semester (at least 6 credit hours), proven by submission of college transcript, the second $500 will be awarded in December/January for the spring semester.
Deadline to Apply is March 31, 2020. Applications can be delivered, mailed, or emailed; must be received by 4:30 pm March 31, 2020.