As a dedicated local attorney and an active member of Ducks Unlimited, Steve Duckett is an outspoken proponent of conservation initiatives throughout the country. He believes that it is our responsibility as American citizens to be active stewards of the land that we inherited from our forefathers.
Mr. Duckett supports local efforts to conserve and manage wildlife and natural resources in his home area of Northern Virginia. Whether it's raising money for wildlife habitat protection, or helping to maintain the trails in Virginia's numerous state parks, he endorses those who go out of their way to improve and conserve natural areas.
Steve Duckett is proud to sponsor a scholarship that contributes to the awareness and active discussion around nature conservation in the digital age. Younger generations are learning about and taking action on serious issues, such as Earth's natural resource supply, maintaining ecosystems, species diversity, and functions of the environment. We have seen that this generation is focused on making actual change and implementing policy to protect future generations.
The Steve Duckett Local Conservation Scholarship will be awarded to an individual who demonstrates exceptional commitment to nature conservation and environmental stewardship in his or her own community. This $1,000 scholarship is an opportunity to give back to those who have already given their valuable time and energy to worthy causes.
All those who apply for the Steve Duckett Local Conservation Scholarship must be in good academic standing with their current educational institution, with a GPA of 3.0 or greater. Candidates for this scholarship must be able to demonstrate a commitment to environmental conservation using past and present volunteer, professional, and educational experiences. Candidates must be entering an accredited community college, college, university, or post-graduate program.
A) To apply for this scholarship, please submit the following in a single email:
B) An up-to-date resume,
C) An official transcript,
D) A 750-1,000-word personal statement explaining the candidate's dedication to local conservation and detailing their efforts, past and current, to contribute to conservation and preservation. What ideas do you have for policy and how we can make a change on a larger scale? Also, in what ways do you encourage others to implement sustainability practices into their lives?