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Charles P. Bell Conservation Scholarship – Graduate 2024

The Conservation Federation of Missouri offers a scholarship prize covering $600 to students enrolled in Missouri schools. 8 scholarships covering one graduate-level scholarship for $1000, one undergraduate scholarship for $1000, and 6 scholarships for elementary, high school, or youth group projects each for $250 are offered.

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Charles P. Bell Conservation Scholarship 2024 – Overview

Scholarship NameCharles P. Bell Conservation Scholarship
Application Open DateNovember 1, 2023
Application DeadlineJanuary 31, 2024
Winners 1
Scholarship Amount$600
Official Website

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Eligibility Criteria

Follow the requirements for applying for the Program:

  • Must provide three letters of recommendation with the application (maybe teachers, employers, or other persons acquainted but not related to you).
  • Must list community and school activities.
  • Undergraduate applicants will have to provide a copy of his/her high school transcript and college transcript; Graduate applicants must provide a copy of his/her college transcript.
  • Provide a profile of his/her work experience, if applicable.
  • Applicant should make a statement of need and explain how he/she intends to use the scholarship.
  • Give a copy of an acceptance letter to the university or graduate school (as applicable) he/she will be attending.

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Application Process

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

Graduate – Graduate Scholarship Form or apply online here.

All materials must be completed online or submitted by the applicants to:

Bell Scholarships
728 West Main Street
Jefferson City, MO 65101-1559

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Selection Process

You will be selected based on the number of college credit hours logged in (at least 60), your Missouri residency status, and your ability to demonstrate commitment to a career in conservation.


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