The Wisconsin Counties Solid Waste Management Association (WCSWMA) is an Internal Revenue Service 501(c)(3) non-profit with a mission focused on environmental education, solid waste management, recycling, environmental engineering and the environmental sciences. In order to achieve its mission, WCSWMA has develop a scholarship program for university students majoring in fields related to these noted fields. Scholarships are open to junior, senior and post-graduate level students, with declared majors and enrolled at accredited Wisconsin universities or colleges.


WCSWMA supports education by providing annual scholarships to students from accredited Wisconsin universities and colleges. Scholarships may be used to offset the cost of credit courses, books, laboratory supplies, computer supplies, electronic devices and living expenses.

2020 Scholarship Recipients
  • Melissa Burke, UW-Stevens Point

  • Sujata Gautam, Edgewood College

  • Amanda Leeman, UW-Stevens Point

  • Ramiah Grace Willier, UW-Stout

2021 Timeline

Application Announcement: Early March

 
Scholarship Submission Deadline:   on/by May 15, 2021


Scholarship Announcement: End of June


Scholarship payments: End of July

Scholarship Committee
Qualifications

Qualified Students are those students:

  • Currently enrolled full-time at an accredited Wisconsin university or college

  • Entering their junior or senior undergraduate year or working on a graduate degree.

  • Degree areas for consideration as a part of this scholarship are:

    • environmental education

    • recycling

    • waste management

    • environmental engineering

    • the environmental sciences

    • public administration

    • or a related field or other degree areas with a demonstrated interest in a career in waste resource management industry

  • Amanda Haffele, Portage County SWD

  • Abby Lichtscheidl, Portage County SWD

  • Pat O’Brien, Winnebago County SWB

  • Vincent Miresse, Portage County SWB

Apply

Application Period is CLOSED.

All items must be submitted by the deadline to qualify:
 

  • Application Form (online or PDF)

  • College Transcripts

  • Discussion Paper

    • a one-to-two page discussion of your views on waste resource management (waste disposal, recycling, waste reduction, beneficial use of waste materials, product stewardship, etc.), what it is, who participates, what are the current issues facing the profession, and your thoughts on its future direction.

    • submit via email to wcswma@gmail.com

Questions?

Email - wcswma@gmail.com

Call - 715.343.0722

SCHOLARSHIPS