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PWIPM Scholarship Deadline Extended to July 31

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The PWIPM Scholarship is for one female interested in advancing or securing a career in the pest management industry. The Scholarship may be used by the recipient to defer costs related to advancing their education and/or career in the pest management industry.

| July 21, 2010

The Professional Women in Pest Management have extended the deadline for the annual PWIPM Scholarship until July 31.

The PWIPM Scholarship is for one female interested in advancing or securing a career in the pest management industry. The Scholarship may be used by the recipient to defer costs related to advancing their education and/or career in the pest management industry. The Scholarship will be a minimum of $1000. It also includes $500 towards travel expenses to attend NPMA?s annual Convention PestWorld 2010 in Honolulu, Hawaii in October 2010. The scholarship will be awarded at the Convention during the PWIPM reception on Thursday, October 21, 2010. The successful recipient(s) will be notified by August 9, 2010.

Submit all required documents in one envelope by the July 31, 2010 deadline to:
Dominique Stumpf, CMP
Professional Women in Pest Management
c/o NPMA
10460 North Street, Fairfax, VA 22030
 
For more information about the Scholarship, visit
http://www.npmapestworld.org/PWIPM/ScholarshipFund.asp
 

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