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Chambers Family Memorial Scholarship 2024

The Conservation Federation of Missouri (CFM) offers the scholarship with the help of the Chambers Family Foundation to honor the memory of Glenn and Jim Chambers. This year, there will be 2 scholarships such as a $1,000 graduate award and a $500 senior undergraduate award to encourage students in Missouri colleges or universities.

The Award – One scholarship will be awarded:

  • One $1,000 undergraduate scholarship,
  • One $1,000 graduate scholarship.

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Chambers Family Memorial Scholarship 2024 – Overview

Scholarship NameChambers Family Memorial Scholarship
Application Open DateNovember 1, 2023
Application DeadlineJanuary 31, 2024
Winners 2
Scholarship Amount$500–$1,000
Official Website

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Eligibility Criteria

Follow the requirements for applying for the Program:

Either 1) a junior/senior level undergraduate, or 2) a graduate student pursuing a degree related to waterfowl/waterbird biology/management, wetlands restoration/management, and/or wildlife biology/management. 

Note – Students attending the University of Missouri (Columbia) under the Johnny Morris Institute of Fisheries, Wetlands, and Aquatic Systems will get the Preference.

Application Process

To apply for the program, you will have to submit your application.

  • Download The Application Form.
  • A brief essay (no longer than 2 pages) explaining the student’s academic and professional goals, and a description of any ongoing research or related project work, if applicable.
  • A resume, including anticipated graduation date.
  • Two letters of recommendation from natural resource professionals.

After filling out the application form, you must send the Application materials electronically (either MS Word or PDF) by January 31 to: (Micaela Haymaker,

Selection Process

The scholarship will be offered based on excellence in academics, leadership, and conservation education.


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