Getting involved with the NWFA is a great way to meet other industry professionals and learn valuable tips and techniques to improve your business. One way we can help you do this is by offering scholarships through the NWFA Education & Research Foundation. Here’s a look at two opportunities you can apply for today!
HANDS–ON TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP
Hands-on training is your opportunity to learn from the pros and practice techniques without having to worry about the end result. Connect with other attendees and try out the latest products with the manufacturer representatives there to help along the way.
To help you get the training you want, the NWFA Education & Research Foundation (NERF) Scholarship was developed. One scholarship per class will be awarded to help provide financial assistance, with priority given to NWFA members.
Learn more at https://www.nwfa.org/scholarships.aspx.
WOOD STUDIES SCHOLARSHIP
In support of the students who will contribute to the future of the wood industry, the NWFA Education & Research Foundation has designed the Wood Studies Scholarship.
This nonrenewable scholarship, in the amount of $1,000, will be awarded to a current high school senior who will study forestry in an effort to advance and improve forestry practices for generations to come.
For more information about this opportunity and the rules for submission, please visit https://www.nwfa.org/nwfa-wood-studies-scholarship.aspx.
Applications are due by February 1.