About the Scholarship
The FGBC scholarships will be offered to students entering their junior year or more in a higher education degree program and who are interested in pursuing a career in sustainability.
The scholarship is helping the students financially to overcome their economical burden in order to pursue higher education of their dream. FGBC is the organization that is committed to the future of the sustainable building of Florida.
How to Apply for this Scholarship?
To apply for an FGBC scholarship, applicants must complete the application form and submit it to the financial aid division before the fixed deadline.
A student must provide a letter indicating educational background, and summary of academic interests and achievements, educational and personal goals in their interested field, and other pertinent information. The letter should not exceed 500 words. You may include attachments
Two letters of reference should be submitted, one letter must indicate a character of an individual and another letter must be from an academic instructor.
A student must provide a course transcript from the current or most recent college/institution attended.
Award Amount and Deadline
The Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC) Scholarship award amounts to $1000 to five deserving applicants annually. Upon completing the application and submitting all the documents, the organization financial department review and select a student completely based on the merit.
A student is advised to submit all the above-mentioned documents noo later than the 31st of March to be eligible for the scholarship. Any changes in the deadline or the application process will be updated on the official website of the organization.
A student must be a citizen or legal resident of the United States and be residing in Florida.
An applicant must also maintain an outstanding academic record by maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or above to be eligible for the scholarship.
A candidate must be enrolled or planning to enroll in a Florida public or private college or university.
A recipient must be pursuing higher education to study an aspect of sustainability in the built environment.