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I found out about this through the RET class I'm taking and wanted to share in case anyone out there is interested:


Deadline to apply is April 15, 2019.

Info from site:

Kurz Industrial Solutions Wind Energy Scholarship Fund
Wind Farm

With a vision of sustainable, green and renewable energy, Kurz Industrial Solutions embarked on the journey of Wind Energy just six years ago.  Today, we are awarding (2) $1,000 scholarships to two candidates willing to propel the growth of Wind in the states for generations to come.
Should I Apply?

You are passionate and invested in wind energy.  You believe in the importance of renewable energy for our present and our future.  You’ve decided to make the commitment to innovation, excellence, and technological advancement. Whether you’re climbing wind turbines or developing better software monitoring systems for renewable resources, we want you to have every possible opportunity to further your education and become a leader in the energy evolution. The recipients of this scholarship will have the utmost expectations of pushing their peers, professors, and programs to continuously improve and accelerate the advancements in wind.
Scholarship Guidelines

Our ideal candidate will have enthusiasm, strong leadership skills, integrity, and a demonstrated commitment of growing Renewable Energy in their communities. High school students, college students, and non-traditional students from anywhere within the U.S. that have been accepted or enrolled in an accredited university are free to apply.  We want you to be rewarded for the tremendous work you’re willing to invest in wind and renewable energy.
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