The Garden Club Of Coral Springs Offers College Scholarships to High School Students

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The Garden Club Of Coral Springs Offers College Scholarships to High School Students

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By Jon Schaefer

The Garden Club of Coral Springs is offering three scholarships to high school students entering a Florida College and majoring in environmental and horticulture fields. 

Their scholarship endowment fund was established in 2006 to allow donors to make tax-deductible gifts.

The scholarships include;

Vince Cebert Environmental Scholarship ~ “Future Steward of the Environment Award.”

A $1000 scholarship and award is offered to a deserving Coral Springs High School Senior. Requirements include a 3.0 GPA seeking a major in environmental science such as Agriculture Education, Horticulture, Landscape Design, Landscape Architecture, ASLA, Conservation, Botany, Habitat of Forestry/Systems Ecology, City (rural and urban) Planning, Green Design Architecture, Marine Biology, Wildlife Science, Ecology, Meteorology, Climate Action Global Warming, Air Quality Conservation, Endangered Species Protection, or a related subject at a two or four year Florida College or University and have financial need.

Bonnie Brossard Horticulture Scholarship ~ “Future Steward of the Land Award.”

A $1000 scholarship and award is offered to a deserving Coral Springs High School Senior. Requirements include a 3.0 GPA weighted cumulative average seeking a major in the science of horticulture such as Horticulture, Floriculture, Botany, Agronomy (soil & organic food), Plant Biology and Pathology, Ecology, Forester, Park Naturalist, Silviculturist (forest) Landscape Architect, ASLA, Arborist, Nursery and Greenhouse Management, Habitat Restoration Specialist, Urban and Regional Planner, Viticulturist (for wineries) or a related subject at a two or four year Florida College or University and having financial need.

The Marcy Di Mare College Scholarship

A $1000 scholarship and award are offered to a deserving full-time sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student. The student must be a resident of Coral Springs, a US citizen, and attending a College or University in Florida. Requirements include a minimum 3.0 GPA cumulative average. Major course of study should be in the following areas: agriculture, biology, botany, conservation, ecology, forestry, horticulture, landscape design/architecture, city planning, or related field.

“With concerns over global warming, energy conservation, land degradation, environmental health, nuclear power, and pollution continuing to escalate, Coral Springs Garden club is providing $3000. In financial scholarships for students interested in the environment as an effort to prepare more environmentalists to protect our vulnerable planet,” said Jeri Decker, President of the Coral Springs Garden Club. 

The deadline to apply for a Garden Club Scholarship is April 20, 2023. 

For more information on the Coral Springs Garden Club Scholarships, visit coralspringsgardenclub.org/scholarships.

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Jon Schaefer

Jon Schaefer
Jon Schaefer has been a resident of Coral Springs most of his life. He is a 2008 graduate of Coral Springs High School and a 2021 graduate of FAU.

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