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Deadline Extended for PWIPM Scholarship Submissions

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The scholarship will be a minimum of $1,000 and includes $500 towards travel expenses to attend NPMA PestWorld 2011 in New Orleans, La.

| July 25, 2011

Fairfax, Va. — Professional Women in Pest Management is awarding its Annual Scholarship for one female interested in advancing or securing a career in the pest management industry. This 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 $1,000. It also includes $500 towards travel expenses to attend the National Pest Management Association's PestWorld 2011 in New Orleans, La., in October 2011. The scholarship will be awarded there at the Professional Women in Pest Management reception on Thursday, Oct. 20.
 
The deadline for submission has been extended to Aug. 15.
 
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