Students this is your chance to earn a $1000 academic scholarship, gain access to the 2020 WLIA Annual Conference and perhaps even more important a resume builder and exposure to prospective job opportunities and opportunity to talk with industry leaders in Wisconsin’s Land Information Community.
We will award several $1,000 scholarships for the 2019-2020 academic school year. Scholarship recipients also receive recognition at and free registration to the 2020 WLIA Annual Conference. But the applications must be received with all required support materials by July 1, 2019. View the WLIA website for eligibility requirements, more information and the online application.
The Wisconsin Land Information Association (WLIA) Foundation, Inc. has established the Damon Anderson Memorial Scholarship Fund to help students working toward a degree related to land information (such as geographic information systems, geography, and urban planning).
The scholarship is supported through financial donations from private individuals, organizations, and other fundraising activities of the WLIA Foundation, Inc.