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2013 ISA Student Fellowship
The International Society of Arboriculture is offering an undergraduate fellowship in arboriculture and seeks applicants. The fellowship is open to junior or senior undergraduate students currently enrolled in a four-year program in arboriculture, urban forestry, or a related field. The fellowship will provide students with invaluable experience in diverse aspects of arboricultural education, as well as the opportunity to work with some of the leaders in arboricultural research and education from around the world. Students will work on educational projects and programs including such things as the development of books, articles, videos, interactive training media, surveys, presentations, and other materials.
The fellowship is offered on a competitive basis, and qualifying candidates will be ranked on their scholastic achievements; previous work experience; and recommendations from faculty, employers, and ISA chapter leaders. The ideal candidate will be a student who has excelled in academic studies and is interested in continuing scholastic studies at the graduate level or is seeking future employment in a technical position in commercial, utility, or municipal arboriculture. This is an excellent opportunity for individuals at the beginning of their career to become familiar with ISA’s mission and work, and to become active in the profession. The fellowship provides a stipend for the summer to work at the headquarters of the International Society of Arboriculture in Champaign, Illinois.
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