Let's face it, higher education is not inexpensive, so when an opportunity comes along to possibly receive up to $12,000 in scholarships for that education, why not take a shot at receiving that kind of help?
The Northern Arizona Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is offering scholarships for graduating high school seniors who are attending Coconino and Navajo County high schools and charter schools.
Applicants for the scholarships must be members of the NWTF and are judged on their scholastic achievements, leadership abilities, community involvement and commitment to conservation and the preservation of our hunting heritage.
Not a member of NWTF? Why not join? The NWTF does good work all over the nation as well as right here in Arizona.
The NWTF knows that helping young people pursue their education and achieve their goals are important steps toward having leaders to conserve our nation's land, water and wildlife resources in the future. To help the next generation of conservation leaders continue their education, the NWTF makes more than $500,000 in scholarships available to high school seniors each year. To download the application, http://www.nwtf.org/resource-library/detail/jakes-scholarship-application
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Send local applications to The Northern Arizona Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation, Attn: Scott Talboom, 356 Dine, Flagstaff, AZ, 86005. To contact the local chapter by phone, call Scott Talboom at 928-699-4008 or firstname.lastname@example.org Applications that are not complete will not be considered, no exceptions.
The Northern Arizona Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation has hosted a banquet every spring for the past 30-plus years to raise money for wild turkey habitat conservation, research, scholarships and other programs. The next Northern Arizona Chapter NWTF banquet is March 14th, 2020 at the Double Tree Inn, 1175 W Route 66.
The Northern Arizona Chapter of The Northern Arizona Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is dedicated to wildlife conservation in northern Arizona and promoting safe family outdoor activities for youth and all family members. In addition to habitat and wildlife preservation, the organization sponsors youth hunting education programs and an annual mentor guided hunt in the spring for junior hunters, working closely with the Arizona Game and Fish Department and other sponsors to promote conservation and our hunting heritage.
NWTF volunteers and partners have an initiative called Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. With three national goals: conserve/enhance 4 million acres of critical wildlife habitat, recruit 1.5 million hunters, and open access to 500,000 new acres for hunting.
You have a high school senior in Coconino or Navajo County? Apply for these scholarships.