NSRAA Scholarship Program
NSRAA Awards 2013 Scholarships
Congratulations to recipients of the 2013 NSRAA scholarships!
$2,500 scholarships were awarded to:
- Justin Cabe (UAF Fairbanks)
- Laurel Eliason (UAS Sitka)
- Cody Worhatch (Cornell University)
- 2012 – Alaire Hughey – deferred
- 2012 – Sarah McDermott (Seattle Pacific University)
- 2012 – Anna Szymanski – (University of Alaska – Fairbanks)
- 2011 – Karl Jordan (Bellingham Technical College)
- 2011 – Maggie Garrison (Western Washington University)
- 2011 – Maximilian Worhatch (Washington State University)
- 2010 – Tessa Hasbrouck (University of Wisconsin – Stephen’s Point)
- 2010 – Maximilian Worhatch (Washington State University)
- 2009 – Molly Emerson – (Yale University)
- 2009 – Calvin Drake – (University of Montana)
- 2008 – Raechel Katy Pendell – (Connecticut College)
- 2008 – Teslyn Vissher – (school undecided)
- 2007 – Sierra Golden – (Gonzaga University)
- 2007 – Adrienne Wilbur – (Carleton College)
- 2006 – Genny Szmanski – (Northwestern University)
- 2006 – Kyle Knight – (Western Washington University )
- 2005 – Jennifer Vallion – (University of Alaska – Anchorage)
- 2005 – Chelsea Hicks – (Chapman University or Seattle University)
- 2005 – Emily Blair – (Montana State University)
- 2004 – Ryan Gregg (Seattle University School of Law)
- 2004 – Christen Oen (California Maritime Academy)
- 2003 – Kelsea Peterman (Gonzaga University)
- 2003 – Chelsea Young (University of Alaska – Southeast)
- 2002 – Tyler C. Eells (UAS, Juneau)
- 2002 – Maria Melambianakis (Lewis-Clark State College)
- 2001 – Krystyna L. McCay (Southern Oregon University)
- 2001 – Nick G. Eliason (Union College)
The NSRAA board established the scholarship program at their March 2001 meeting.
In March 2011, the NSRAA board added a third scholarship, specifically for two-year degrees, including most vocational / technical programs.
Three $2500 scholarships are available annually. Those eligible to apply are those who hold a current State of Alaska salmon limited entry permit and paid enhancement tax to NSRAA in the year prior to the application, and their children. NSRAA full-time and seasonal benefited employees and their dependent children and other immediate family members are also eligible to apply.
At this time the scholarships are non-renewable, but winners can apply again in the future.
The scholarship is not limited to students who intend to study fisheries.
Application forms may be picked up at (or requested from) the NSRAA office in Sitka. Forms will also be available at the counselor’s office at your local high school.
The application period runs from January 1 through April 15 (or the Monday after the 15th if the 15th falls on a weekend).