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NHA created the Past Presidents’ Legacy Scholarship in 2008 to encourage students to consider becoming part of the U.S. hydropower industry.

Our growing industry has professionals in many different fields, including engineering, IT, biology, environmental sciences, forestry, hydrology, animal sciences, management, financial services, communications, and other areas. Many companies also offer high-paying skilled labor and technical positions.

Contributions from NHA, the Hydro Research Foundation, organizations throughout the industry, and individual givers fund the NHA Past Presidents’ Legacy Scholarship. We encourage everyone who supports the future of clean, renewable, affordable energy to join us in making tax-deductible contributions.

NHA encourages industry companies to distribute information about the scholarship program to their employees, alma maters, local universities, trade schools, and community colleges. If you know of a deserving student, please forward the application materials.

PAST WINNERS

2019: Jarrett Nugen of Kalamazoo, MI is a Civil Engineering student at Western Michigan University.

2018: Alec Jobbins of Lake Tahoe, CA is a Mechanical Engineering student at the University of California – Berkeley.

2017: Jeremy is currently studying for his Masters in Regional Planning – Environmental and Land Use Planning at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst.

2016: Andrew Shea, a Ohio State University student pursuing a degree in Environmental and Natural Resources and Philosophy.

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2015: Scott Schenkelberg, a University of Nebraska – Lincoln student pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

2014: Thomas John Decker, a State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry student pursuing a degree in Environmental Engineering; and Nicole Peterson, University of Wyoming.

2013: Christopher Budrow, Clarkson University student pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

2012: Kaitlyn Martin, a Colorado School of Mines student pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

2011: Andrew Longenecker, a Stanford University student pursuing a degree in Science, Environment and Resources.

2010: Namratha Gudemaranahalli, a West Virginia University student pursuing a degree in Biology.

2009: Erica Hanley, a graduate student at The Colorado School of Mines pursuing a degree in Hydrological Engineering, specializing in Subsurface Hydrology.

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2008: William C. Garrard, a Penn State student pursuing a degree in Information Science and Technology.

SUBMIT AN APPLICATION

Beginning January 2, 2020, the National Hydropower Association will be accepting applications for the 2020 NHA Past Presidents’ Legacy Scholarship.

The $2,500 scholarship goes to a promising young person who demonstrates the academic skills and commitment to help create the next generation of leaders in the hydropower industry.

Application Details

Who: (1) current college sophomores or juniors who will be college juniors or seniors beginning fall 2020, or graduate students with a minimum cumulative 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) GPA who are enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or graduate course of study at an accredited four-year college or university;

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(2) Applicants must be students with an equivalent GPA at an accredited vocational technical school or program.

All applicants must be U.S. Citizens or legal residents.

Applicant must be pursuing a program of study that is related to the hydropower industry: Engineering, sciences (biology, fisheries, and hydrology), communications, or environmental studies.

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