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Brown and Caldwell Navajo Nation Scholarship Application (2017)

Thank you for your interest in Brown and Caldwell's Scholarship Program! Please be sure to review all the eligibility guidelines for the Navajo Nation scholarship, and then prepare the required documents you will need to submit before continuing with the application process. 

Navajo Nation Scholarship
Brown and Caldwell offers a scholarship designed to encourage and support students who are enrolled members of the Navajo Nation that have a desire to improve our world by developing their skills and knowledge in preparation for a career in the environmental profession.

The scholarship provides:
  • $1,000 for up to four (4) years of schooling (for a total of $4,000). The scholarship will be distributed annually as long as the eligibility criteria continue to be met.
  • A laptop computer or tablet. (Awarded first year only)


Candidates for the Brown and Caldwell Navajo Nation Scholarship Program must be:
  • A United States citizen or permanent resident.
  • A full-time student enrolled at an accredited two-year junior or four-year undergraduate colleague, or a senior in high school with a letter of acceptance from the college or university to be attended.
  • Have or intend to declare a major in civil, chemical or environmental engineering or one of the environmental sciences (e.g. geology, hydrogeology, ecology).
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent on a 5.0 scale
  • Be an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation.

Required Documents
All candidates must submit with a completed application:
  • An essay of 500 words or less, "My role in creating a sustainable world."
  • Two written recommendations, with at least one from a high school or university official (e.g. adviser, professor).
  • High school counselor or university academic adviser's name, phone number, and email address.
  • An official transcript of your academic record.
  • A resume (including previous work experience).

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