SEAZSC Announces Scholarships
The Southeastern Arizona Sportsmen’s Club announced that the success from recent Big Buck Contest annual fundraisers, which are strongly supported by local business sponsors, will allow for continuation of the scholarship program for 2018-2019 Last year the SEAZSC granted $3,000 in scholarship funds to 3 deserving local students. The goal of the Sportsmen’s Club is to promote continuing education for local students in Southeastern Arizona pursuing college degrees primarily in outdoor related fields. Scholarships will be awarded in two categories: to the most qualified “graduating senior” applicants from any of our local high schools; and to the most qualified “continuing college level studies” applicants beyond their freshman year in an outdoor related field.
Students wishing to apply for these scholarships should visit their high school counselors for applications and more information. Interested students should be a graduating senior from one of the local high schools or a returning college level student. Applicants MUST also be members of the Southeastern Arizona Sportsmen's Club. They must maintain a 3.0 GPA (B-) or above to maintain eligibility. Applicants must submit a 500 words or fewer essay using the following topic.
What are the benefits of hunting, both for wildlife and for the conservationist? As an outdoor enthusiast and hunter, what arguments can you give to prove hunting is a viable and necessary activity, without putting other groups and their interests down?
Additional scholarship information can also be found on this website, the club Facebook page, or by contacting a SEAZSC Scholarship Committee member. The deadline to qualify for either of the two types of scholarships is Thursday April 11, 2019.
The Southeastern Arizona Sportsmen’s Club organization was created in 2003 and currently has a membership of approximately 200 family members. The focus of SEAZSC is to improve wildlife habitat, and promote outdoor educational programs for our youth and families. The organization helps to enrich our youth’s lives by teaching life skills, citizenship, and preserving our wildlife heritage.
Application deadline is Thursday April 11th, 2019.
Guidelines for Scholarship Awards
Goal: Promote continuing education for local students in Southeastern Arizona pursuing college degrees primarily in outdoor related fields.
Provide scholarships ranging from $500 to $1000 each for students that meet the following criteria:
Past recipients of scholarship awards may apply for allocated scholarship funds associated with the SEAZSC Scholarship Fund provided they meet the following criteria:
SEAZSC Scholarship Fund
P.O. Box 399
Thatcher, AZ 85552