Scholarships

We encourage entry level college students intending to pursue a career in the field of groundwater, to apply for the American Ground Water Trust Scholarship.

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Baroid Scholarship

Baroid is the largest international supplier of drilling and well completion fluid products and services. Baroid manufactures, sells and services drilling and completion fluid products and systems for the exploration and production of water. Baroid is a supporter of ground water education and is proud to underwrite the scholarship opportunity.
Award: $2,000

Thomas M. Stetson Scholarship

(Funded by Stetson Engineers Inc., San Rafael, CA) Stetson Engineers Inc. provides effective solutions to challenges in the water management field through innovative engineering, including legal and environmental services. The Thomas M. Stetson Award is given in recognition of the life-long contributions by Mr. Stetson to solving water resource conflicts and developing sustainable water management methods in the Western United States. Stetson Engineers is pleased to support the endowment used to fund the Stetson Scholarship.
Award: $2,000

Amtrol Scholarship

AMTROL was founded in 1946 on the premise that innovation, quality and service will be rewarded with customer loyalty and support. In 1954, we revolutionized the hydronic industry when we introduced EXTROL®, the world’s first pre-pressurized diaphragm expansion tank. This was followed in 1963 with the invention of the first pre-pressurized well tank and in 1967 with the invention of the refrigerant gas cylinder. AMTROL went on to invent the indirect fired water heater in 1980 and the thermal expansion tank in 1991. More recently the company introduced the first composite metal LP gas tank in 2005 and has since sold over 1 million of these tanks around the world. Throughout our history, AMTROL has been the world leader in the design and operation of the vital mechanical systems that are used to control hydronic heating and to store potable water.
Award: $3,000