How to Apply

How Many Solar Panels Do I Need for My House? | Tusk Energy SolutionsTo qualify, the applicant must:

   1. Be an undergraduate or graduate student studying renewable energy (broadly construed) at any college or university in Oregon or Washington

   2. Confirm superior academic performance

Pursuant to these requirements, applicants must submit:

    * A paper (not to exceed 3 pages) detailing the interest, academic pursuits, and career goals directed towards the field of renewable energy. 

    * Resume and Academic transcripts (unofficial OK)

    * Two letters of recommendation, sent to us directly from the writer.

Applicants may also include information about any awards, internships or other distinctions which demonstrate accomplishments in renewable energy.

Four scholarships will be awarded based upon academic merit, accomplishments in the field, and demonstrated interest; one is reserved for an early undergraduate, preferably a community college student; a second is reserved for a late undergraduate; a third is reserved for an early graduate student (probably first two years); and the fourth is open.  Click here for a full list of criteria the selection committee will use to determine the scholarship winners.  The scholarship is a cash award of $1500 with no strings attached.

DEADLINE for the application is February 15, 2019 (postmarked date); we hope to have awards announced by March 15, 2019.

Application materials and letters sent by email are easier to forward to our selection committee, please use this address.

If you prefer to send hard copy, please send it here:

RESF
P.O. Box 66043
Portland, OR 97290

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