Meyers Memorial Scholarship
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C.R. Meyers was a long-time Ashland County Commissioner who served on the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Recycling and Litter Prevention advisory board. Mr. Meyers was a strong supporter of OALPRP’s mission, and he was an advocate of litter prevention, recycling and professionals who promote those programs. The scholarship was named as a token of the organization’s appreciation for all his contributions, counsel, and support.
To apply for the C.R. Meyers Memorial Scholarship, download application form. Email or mail all requirements to the scholarship chair. A complete application includes an application form, letter of recommendation from your guidance counselor or academic advisor that includes your current GPA, resume of your school and community involvement, and a one-page essay of approximately 500 words, describing your attitude toward litter prevention, recycling, and environmental stewardship.
If you have any questions or would like to check if your application is complete, please contact:
Promote C.R. Meyers Scholarship
2015: Charlotte Shade of Montgomery County, major in biology with a minor in sustainability, energy, and the environment at University of Dayton
2014: Madelyn Moss of Knox County, planning to major in Environmental and Conservation Science at Muskingum College
2013: Nick Brumfield of Fairfield County, planning to major in renewable energy engineering at Ohio State University
2012: Grace Poling of Hardin County, Environmental Science major
2011: Kaley Core of Allen County, Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering major at Ohio State University
2010: Brooke Roman of Stark County, Environmental Science major at Ohio State University
2009: Mikey Irwin of Ashland County, Civil and Environmental Engineering major at Ohio State University
2008: Donald Davis of Summit County, Certificate of Environmental Studies at University of Akron
Ewalt Enrichment Scholarship
Personally, Della loved the arts and traveling. She was always involved in some local theatre production. Even her education programs were filled with puppets, skits and songs. Della's travels were inspiring to all. She traveled to many countries, learning about their cultures while sharing our culture. Della Ewalt touched so many lives, both at home and around the world.
It is because of Della's love of learning and life of adventure that OALPRP has instituted the Della Ewalt Enrichment Scholarship fund.
A scholarship may be awarded to OALPRP member in good standing for:
Requests are not to exceed $500.00 per applicant member organization. Applications are voted on by scholarship committee as they are received and the applicant will receive a response within two months of being received. More than one scholarship may be awarded in a year.
Apply for the Della Ewalt Enrichment Scholarship
Fill out application form and send to Scholarship Chair. Membership dues must be paid in full to be an OALPRP member in “good standing”.
If you have any questions, you may contact the following individual:
2014: Steve Schlather, Clark County; John Schwartz, Huron County
2012: Jennifer Calvert, Wyandot County
2011: Lisa Beursken, Erie County
2010: Cindy Bach, Miami County, Lisa Beursken, Erie County, Katrina Carpenter, Perry County
2009: Amanda Gamby and Erica Bruielly, Wood County