Scholarship Committee

Each scholarship is for $2500, and is awarded yearly by the RMWEA.* The scholarship also entitles the award recipients to a one-year complimentary student or associate membership in the RMWEA.

The awards are based on academic performance and demonstrated interest in environmental protection. The aim of the scholarships is to encourage and provide incentive for capable and motivated individuals to pursue or continue their studies in the advancement of water environment protection and to enhance and promote the quality of their performance as environmental professionals.

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Chairperson

Ray Kemp 
City of Fort Collins Water Reclamation 
970-221-6900
970-221-6970 fax

rkemp@fcgov.com

Application Forms

 

 

Bill Martin Scholarship

The Bill Martin Scholarship Fund was established in September 2002 to honor and memorialize Bill Martin, who passed away on August 7, 2002, after serving a distinguished career in the water environment profession. This scholarship was created to encourage students who wish to pursue higher education in the water environment field by providing a scholarship at his/her college or university.

This scholarship is for high school students, enrolling in a 2- or 4-year college or university for study related to the water environment profession. Applicant must be a high school senior from Colorado, Wyoming or New Mexico in good standing, who has applied to a college or university with the interest of pursuing an environmental career. The student winner must show proof of enrollment in the environmental related program at the college or university for fall 2014 to receive a scholarship check.

 * Amount of and number of Martin awards to be determined by the RMWEA on a yearly basis

 

Tony Campman Scholarship

The Tony Campman Scholarship Fund was established in 2006 to honor and memorialize Tony Campman, after serving a distinguished career in the water environment profession. This scholarship was created to encourage students who wish to pursue higher education in the water environment field by providing a scholarship at his/her college or university. 

This scholarship is for an existing student of a 2 or 4 year Colorado, Wyoming or New Mexico university or college or a resident of the above mentioned states who is an existing student pursuing study at a 2 or 4-year college or university in the water environment profession (e.g., biology, environmental science, engineering with a strong emphasis in wastewater treatment, water pollution control, or environmental protection).  The applicant must be officially enrolled as a part-time or full-time student at a college or university for fall 2014.

* Amount of and number of Campman awards to be determined by the RMWEA on a yearly basis