EPOC is now accepting applications for our 2022 Scholarship Fund
Deadline to submit application and transcripts is April 30, 2022
Please complete the online application here:
EPOC recognizes its duty to assist in the education of individuals planning a career in the environmental industry. Consequently, the EPOC Environmental Scholarship Fund was established in 1998. The purpose of the Scholarship Fund is to assist Connecticut residents, or an immediate family member (spouse or child) of an EPOC Member in good standing, who are enrolled in accepted programs of study (see below) preparing the student to become a Technical Environmental Professional* in the State of Connecticut as defined by the CT DEEP, or a professional in a related service discipline who may render technical assistance to the Technical Environmental Professional.
*As defined by the CT DEEP, a Technical Environmental Professional (TEP) is anyone, including a Licensed Environmental Professional, who collects soil, water vapor, or air samples in order to investigate and remediate pollution to the state's soil or water, and who may be directly employed or retained as a consultant by a public or private employer.
Accepted Programs of Study:
|Natural Resource Management
Engineering: Civil, Environmental, Chemical
Other related degreed Environmental Programs
The fund was recognized in 1999 by receiving the Connecticut DEP GreenCircle Award for Environmental Excellence and Education.
The Scholarship Fund is financed through the support of EPOC programs, proceeds from golf tournaments, and direct contributions from individuals and companies. EPOC is a non-profit organization, and as such, contributions to the Scholarship Fund are tax deductible for most firms. Unlike many other organizations, 100% of your contributions go in the EPOC Scholarship Fund. A committee of volunteers who support its goals and ideals manages the fund. Please consider supporting this important service by making a contribution today.
If you have further questions about the EPOC Scholarship Fund, contact Seth Molofsky.