Each year The Villagers award scholarships to students with a demonstrated interest in historic preservation, a noteworthy academic record and the potential to make a significant contribution to historic preservation in the future. The purpose of the scholarship program is to foster professional development in historic preservation in the State of Florida.
The Villagers awarded 12 scholarships for 2016-17 totaling $28,500 to students from UF, FIU, UM and Dash.
Left: Five of the scholarship winners for 2016-17 awarded $3000 each, Mary Wissinger, UM; Lina Quentero, FIU, David Holmes, UM, Max Erickson, UM and Michele Chedraui, FIU, with Villagers co-chairs Toni Garcia, Joan Bounds and Barbara Moller.
If you are a student with a demonstrated interest in Historic Preservation and its allied disciplines to be considered for Villager scholarships, please download and mail the completed application to the Villagers Scholarship Chairman.