Do you know an exceptional student pursuing a career in the public horticulture industry?
Offered in partnership with the Garden Club of America and the American Public Gardens Association, The Garden Club of America 2016 Hope Goddard Iselin Fellowship in Public Horticulture will award a grant of up to $5,000 to a student enrolled in a graduate-level university program to study public horticulture through experiential learning.
Research and training must take place at or through a recognized public garden, botanic garden, arboretum, or other closely aligned public horticulture institution. Each application will be reviewed and a candidate chosen by the American Public Gardens Association’s Awards Committee. The final candidate is then approved by the Garden Club of America Scholarship Committee.
*Applications must be received by January 15, in the year preceding the student’s period of study.