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GLIN==> Great Lakes scholarship: Deadline is March 31!



FINAL NOTICE...APPLY NOW for the 2003 Carol A. Ratza Memorial Scholarship

Announcement Flyer and Application Form are available at
http://www.glc.org/about/scholarships/scholar.html

Open to high school seniors and returning students enrolled full-time at 
a Great Lakes college or university in Fall 2003.

Application deadline: March 31, 2003

The Great Lakes Commission is pleased to announce a scholarship 
opportunity for students with an interest in electronic communications 
technology and its applications in the Great Lakes region. The 
scholarship is in memory of Carol A. Ratza, a veteran employee of the 
Great Lakes Commission and a staunch supporter of the lakes. With unique 
vision, Carol created and led numerous influential communications 
projects for the region, the most notable being the Great Lakes 
Information Network (GLIN) and the Great Lakes Regional Air Toxic 
Emissions Inventory.

ELIGIBILITY
A US$500 scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student enrolled 
full-time at a college or university in the Great Lakes states (IL, IN, 
MI, MN, NY, OH, PA or WI) or Canadian provinces (Ontario or Québec) 
during the Fall 2003 semester. The eligible student must have a 
demonstrated interest in the environmental or economic applications of 
electronic communications technology, exhibit academic excellence, and 
have a sincere appreciation for the Great Lakes and their protection.


APPLICATION PROCESS
Download and complete the Application Form (PDF) at 
http://www.glc.org/about/scholarships/scholar03_app.pdf

Students should submit the required items to Dr. Michael J. Donahue, 
President/CEO, Great Lakes Commission, Eisenhower Corporate Park, 2805 
S. Industrial Hwy, Suite 100, Ann Arbor, MI 48104-6791. Electronic 
submissions by fax or e-mail are welcome and encouraged. E-mail should 
be directed to mdonahue@glc.org. Application deadline: March 31, 2003.


REQUIREMENTS
Students should include the following items with their application form:

    1. 500-word essay -- or -- a content-rich, original web page 
(designed and populated by the student) that focuses on a current Great 
Lakes issue and demonstrates a creative application of electronic 
communications technology
    2. Resume or curriculum vitae (CV)
    3. Application and Letter of Intent explaining the student's career 
goals
    4. Grade transcripts through the last semester of school completed
    5. Two (2) letters of recommendation


SELECTION CRITERIA
An award committee, comprised of Carol's family and colleagues, will 
announce the scholarship recipient by May 1, 2003. The scholarship will 
be awarded in a single payment at that time. The Carol A. Ratza Memorial 
Scholarship is supported by donations and an annual appropriation of the 
Great Lakes Commission.

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The Great Lakes Commission, chaired by Samuel W. Speck (Ohio), is a 
nonpartisan, binational compact agency created by state and U.S. federal 
law and dedicated to promoting a strong economy, healthy environment and 
high quality of life for the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence region and its 
residents. The Commission consists of state legislators, agency 
officials, and governors’ appointees from its eight member states. 
Associate membership for Ontario and Québec was established through the 
signing of a "Declaration of Partnership." The Commission maintains a 
formal Observer program involving U.S. and Canadian federal agencies, 
tribal authorities, binational agencies and other regional interests. 
The Commission offices are located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.


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