Pascagoula River Audubon Center Summer Internship Opportunity

The application for the Pascagoula River Audubon Center Summer Intern is now online.  Students interested in applying must complete this application and submit it to headquarters.  This is in addition to the essay they will write and submit to me online.
Position SummaryPascagoula River Audubon Center, located in Moss Point, MS, works to improve the area for birds and people.Popular programs at the center work to engage students and adults in conservation education and projects, through academic environmental education, community engagement, and stewardship.The programs are nature-based, hands-on experiences that provide: Education in an outdoor setting and that correlate with academic curriculum standards;Education, engagement, and stewardship opportunities that intentionally guide participants to contribute to conservation outcomes of Audubon’s Coastal conservation planEducation, engagement, and stewardship opportunities that align with Pascagoula River Basin and Marsh Restoration go…
Are you a high school senior who is enrolling at The University of Southern Mississippi for the fall 2019 semester? We are offering a limited number of freshmen students the chance to join one of four communities in fall 2019. These communities – Academic Connections to Enhance Success (ACES) – give students the chance to:Live with fellow freshmen with similar interests and backgroundsTake a set of three classes together with these same students Gain skills in time management, study skills, and other important areas Benefit from additional mentoring from faculty and staff For fall 2019, we are now taking applications for these four ACES living-learning communities: Nursing/Health Sciences: Students who are interested in pursuing a nursing degreeUndeclared/Exploratory Studies: Students who have not declared a majorBiology: Students planning on majoring in a field in biologyGen 1: Students who will be the first in their family to earn a four-year degree Visit our website to learn more and…

Dual Enrollment Coastal Biology, WCU

William Carey is offering a dual enrollment course this summer in Gulfport.

BIO 190 Investigations in Coastal Botany, 3 hours credit, five-week session field course.
June 3 – July 3, 2019
Monday and Wednesday, 8:30 am – 12:30 pm
HWY 90, Gulfport

Course description: A course in features of coastal plants with emphasis on structure of leaves, seeds, adaptations, diversity and species identification. Students will study plants in a natural setting focusing on methods of observation, experimental study, and identification.

For more info, click the link.

For further information, please contact the Office of Admissions at Tradition, 228-702-1815 or Dr. Lynn Singletary,, 228-702-1880.

Arts Scholarship

Margaret Dawsey Art Scholarship
Pearl River County Arts League
   The Pearl River County Arts League, Inc. has established requirements for the Margaret Dawsey Arts Scholarship. The number and amount of the scholarship(s) will be determined by the donations raised each year. To be considered for this scholarship, your application must be sent to the Pearl River County Arts League for our review process. ​Applications must be post-marked before May 1st each year. The scholarship committee will contact our applicants for the current year. All requirements listed below should be included with the application. After May 1 all applications will be reviewed and we will contact applicants for an interview with the committee. Winner or winners will be decided after the interviews and contacted.
Basic requirements : Excellence in the visual arts.
Each applicant must:
1. Have chosen an area of fine arts as a major emphasis of study. 2. Be a resident of Mississippi and planning to attend a junior col…

USM JUMP Scholars Program, Deadline 4/1

Are you attending The University of Southern Mississippi in the fall 2019 semester? We are offering a limited number of freshmen students the opportunity to get a head start on their college career by participating in the JUMP Scholars Program. 

This unique program is designed for incoming Southern Miss students who have worked hard in high school and are motivated, self-disciplined, and determined to do well in college. Students accepted into the program will take three specially designed college classes at Southern Miss over 5 weeks at the end of the summer 2019 term. These courses are taught by outstanding faculty members who work together to design an academic and social experience that will help you transition smoothly from high school to college.

For JUMP Scholars 2019, we are taking applications for these four JUMP clusters: Nursing/Health Sciences: Students who are interested in pursuing a nursing degreeBusiness: Students who are majoring in a field of business Kinesiology: Stude…

Aviation Student Scholarships

Aviation Student Scholarships

Visit the following webpage for information on the scholarships below:

GAMA Edward W. Stimpson Aviation Excellence Award
Awarded to a graduating U.S. high school senior who has been accepted to and will be enrolled in an aviation degree core program at their chosen college/university. Scholarship Amount:  $2,000

Wichita Aero Club Edward W. Stimpson Scholarship
The Wichita Aero Club established the Edward W. Stimpson scholarship in 2012 in memory of the late President of GAMA and ICAO Ambassador to provide an annual award for applicants who seek to make a significant contribution to the aviation industry upon completion of their education.
Scholarship Amount: $2,000

ICAS Foundation/GAMA Scholarship
The ICAS Foundation has joined with GAMA to provide assistance to students seeking an aviation-related degree. Eligible students are those who are enrolled in an aviation-related degree program, such as professional pil…

Ms Gulf Coast Foundation Scholarships, Due 3/1

Mississippi Power Scholarship Programs Heritage  The Mississippi Power Foundation established the Heritage Scholarship Program in 2019. This program was developed to provide career and technical education opportunities to minority students throughout the company’s 23-county service area. Scholarships will be awarded to minority high school seniors and non-traditional students who plan to attend a career and technical program following graduation at an accredited community college within the Mississippi Power service area. Scholarships will fund tuition only each semester, per student ($1,500 maximum per semester) where applicable. Funding will be paid directly to the community college. Click here to view Mississippi Power’s service area.
Click here to download the application.
Lawrence and Lucimarian Roberts Scholarship Fund The Lawrence & Lucimarian Roberts Helpline Scholarship Fund was established in July 2002 to help individuals further their education in human service professio…