1. Student applicant must be a resident of Clinton and a graduating high school senior.
2. Student must be accepted at an accredited institution of higher learning that he/she plans to attend within one year of secondary school graduation.
3. Candidate must show evidence of a demonstrated commitment to the environment.
4. Applicant's stated academic goals must be focused on the environment (e.g., botany, silviculture, environmental law of ournalism, forest resource management, ornithology, etc,).
5. Application/addenda shall be received by the CLCT Scholarship Committee in a timely manner.