CEC Scholarships

The application period has opened for the BHS/Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame Scholarship Program with the application deadline April 18, 2021

The Citizens Environmental Council of Burlingame is proud to offer a scholarship opportunity for senior students at Burlingame High School who are interested in environmental and sustainability issues. This is the sixth year of CEC’s scholarship program, which has made grants to 12 students since 2016.

The applicant must be a senior at Burlingame HS planning on attending college. S/he should have taken AP Environmental Science, and/or be planning to major in Environmental Science or a related field, and/or have volunteer experience with environmental groups or projects. Application and instructions can be found here.

The CEC Scholarship program has been largely underwritten by the Morris S. Smith Foundation, Sterling Franklin, Trustee.

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Our mission is to champion regional sustainability
through education, advocacy for environmental
and climate policy, and empowerment of
young environmental leaders.

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