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Itasca, IL – In an effort to address the forecasted shortage of safety professionals in the workplace and bring awareness to careers in safety, the National Safety Council this year is awarding scholarships to seven students interested in the field.
The 2018 scholarship winners are:
Each scholarship winner will attend the 2018 NSC Congress and Expo in Houston, the world’s largest annual event dedicated to workplace safety. In addition, Green will receive a $5,000 academic scholarship that is renewable for up to four years, and Klebba will receive a $2,000 scholarship.
“We are thrilled to support future safety professionals by awarding these scholarships,” said NSC President and CEO Deborah A.P. Hersman. “We must continually recruit and encourage the next generation of safety experts; they are the future of the profession.”
Scholarship winners will write about their Congress and Expo experience, as well as how the scholarship will benefit their career in safety – or they can write about another safety-related topic. In addition, they will have the opportunity to partner with the Young Professionals Division hosted by the Council to help guide their Congress and Expo experience.
The seven scholarship winners were chosen via selection committee and join past recipients of NSC scholarships. The Congress and Expo Scholarship was first awarded in 2017, while the Billy D. Young Memorial Scholarship, funded by the Construction and Utilities Division, was resurrected this year after having been awarded multiple years in the past. This is the first year for the Women in Safety Scholarship.
Applications for 2019 scholarships can be submitted to NSC Oct. 1 through March 31. For more information, visit nsc.org/scholarships.
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