Accu-Tab System Scholarship

Our scholarship program aims to provide assistance to forward-thinking youth looking to pursue a career in the aquatic industry. Whether you're looking to bring potable water to all corners of the globe or are studying to become a water treatment engineer, PurAqua wants to empower you on your mission to change the world. To apply, send your application package and an essay detailing your plans to improve the aquatic community. The essay can include topics such as water filtration, marine biology, aquatic therapy, drowning prevention, etc. Eligibility:-Been accepted as a full-time student by an academic institution -Major in an academic study relevant to their aquatic career goal-Minimum 3.0 GPA-A completed scholarship application-A complete resume and photo of applicant-Essay on your "Goal to Change the Aquatic World"-Letter of recommendation-Official academic transcript (high school or college)The Accu-Tab System Scholarship will be sent to the student's educational institution for the fall semester. PurAqua Products will award the scholarship based on the applicant's essay, academics, and recommendations. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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Award Amount: $2,000
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