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Pi Chi Omega Accepting Scholarship Nominations

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The national pest control fraternity, announced the availability of three $2,000 scholarships and one $3,000 scholarship for the 2013-2014 academic year.

| January 30, 2013

WILMINGTON, Del. — Pi Chi Omega, the national pest control fraternity, announced the availability of three $2,000 scholarships and one $3,000 scholarship for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Notifications were sent to 137 entomology pofessors, representing 61 Institutions of higher education, advising them of the availability of these scholarships to deserving students.

Applications need to be in the hands of Pi Chi Omega Executive Director by April 15, 2013. Application forms and other pertinent information can be downloaded from the Pi Chi Omega Website: www.pichiomega.org  Additional detailed information is available by contacting:

Vern E. Toblan, Executive Director
Pi Chi Omega
P.O. Box 8149
Wilmington, DE 19803
Phone: 302-376-6714, Fax: 302-376-3551
Cell: 484-643-0152
e-mail: verntoblan@verizon.net
 

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