Scholarship Season for Students

There are several scholarships available for undergraduates, graduates, and high school seniors pursuing degrees in arboriculture, urban forestry, and related fields. Many regional and national organizations want to help fund student academic endeavors. Individual scholarship awards range from hundreds to thousands of dollars.

Go to and scroll down to read about SEVEN different entities that offer one or more scholarships.

The New England Chapter ISA awards THREE scholarships of $2,500 and is open to high school, undergrads, and graduate students. The deadline is April 1.

Also check out the AREA Student Travel Grant

The Arboriculture Research and Education Academy (AREA) is awarding Travel Grants to students interested in presenting their research at the 2020 ISA Annual International Conference and Tradeshow 9-12 August in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.

Student Travel Grant winners will give a 10-minute presentation based on an abstract submitted during the application process during the AREA sessions at the conference. Preference will be given to talks that include data. All applicants require a letter of support from a teacher or professor that must be submitted to [email protected] prior to the deadline. Lastly, applicants are required to submit a summary (200-300 words) highlighting their experience at the 2020 conference for the AREA Newsletter.
Apply for the AREA Student Travel Grant Today! 
Applications for the grant will be accepted through midnight, Eastern Time, 6 March 2020.

Other opportunities

January 31: The Garden Club of America Zone VI Fellowship in Urban Forestry

February 1: Mass. Tree Wardens’ and Foresters’ Association

March 15: TREE Fund Robert Felix Memorial Scholarship Program

April 25: Cape Cod Landscape Association

May 31: Massachusetts Arborists Association Gordon & Frances King Scholarship

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