"More Like Jimmy" Scholarship

For Marine Or Environmental Science

 
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There were few people as passionate about sharks as Jimmy Hall. This scholarship was founded in his honor, to pass on the spirit of curiosity and excitement for sharks.  

He inspired countless people with his energy, enthusiasm and infectious personality. His unwavering hunger for life and sense of adventure had many of his friends strive to be “More Like Jimmy.” Jimmy died in 2007, during one of his many great adventures, BASE jumping expedition to Baffin Island. 

The “More Like Jimmy” Scholarship is privately funded by an anonymous donor. It is intend for students that pursue a career in marine biology or environmental science.

Awardees can receive amounts from $1,000 to $4,000 per year depending upon year in school and dedication to their education.  Up to $10,000 in scholarship funds may be awarded yearly.

 

Eligibility and how to apply

  • Must love Elasmobranchs
  • Fulltime UOG or GCC student who intends to pursue a career in marine or environmental science.
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
  • Graduate of a Guam, CNMI, FSM or Palau High School.


The scholarship may be awarded to the same student each year of their undergraduate studies.
Applicants must submit all materials via email to the scholarship administrator, Linda Tatreau, by July 31, 2018.
Download, read, and follow the instructions

 
 
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 Jimmy swimming with a tiger shark, sand bar sharks and galapagos sharks on the Northshore, Oahu.

Jimmy swimming with a tiger shark, sand bar sharks and galapagos sharks on the Northshore, Oahu.

 

Contact Shark Allies if you would like to submit funding for future scholarships.