2022 MORAES Aspiring
Marine Scientist Scholarship

Come back in 2023 for Future Opportunities

Through generous donations from our supporters, MORAES is offering scholarships up to $1,000 to support local students looking to study (or currently studying) marine science at a Miami or South Florida university.

 

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants must be accepted as a full-time student or currently enrolled at a four-year college for the 2022 fall semester.

 

How to Apply:

  1. Complete the online Application Form including a brief essay (2 page max) explaining your specific interests in marine science and how the scholarship money will support you in your career goals. Please include any relevant experiences that make you uniquely qualified for this award.

  2. Send a copy of admissions acceptance letter.

  3. Send two (2) letters of recommendation (at least one letter must be from someone work or school affiliated) emailed directly to soflomoraes@gmail.com

  4. All three items (1) Letters of recommendation, (2) brief essay, and (3) letter of university acceptance must be submitted as PDF’s. Please add the following in the subject line of the email: Your Last Name, First Name - MORAES Scholarship

 

Next cycles applications will be announced in early 2023.

 

Please address questions and submit applications to: soflomoraes@gmail.com

Title email with Your Last Name, First Name - MORAES Scholarship

Congratulations to Dayris Mañon Arias, the 2022 Aspiring Marine Scientists Scholarship Winner!

A message from Dayris:

I would like to express my sincere appreciation to Marine Order for Research and Action through Environmental Stewardship for the Aspiring Marine Scientist Scholarship. My name is Dayris Mañon Arias, and I am a sophomore at New College of Florida studying to uptain my undergraduate degree in Environmental Studies. I have a passion for Marine & Environmental Conservation and plan on pursuing a career as a Community Outreach Educator for Marine & Environmental Studies. Underrepresented communities in Miami are the most affected by our rising waters and the consequences of climate change but are the least equipped to deal with it. I want to give my community the tools to understand, combat, and protect our ever-changing world.

 

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