A fellowship/grant opportunity offered in partnership with the Garden Club of America
The Garden Club of America Hope Goddard Iselin Fellowship in Public Horticulture will award up to a $5,000 grant to a student enrolled in a graduate-level university program to study public horticulture through experiential learning that takes place at a recognized public garden, botanic garden, arboretum, or other closely aligned public horticulture institution in the United States.
The 2022 application cycle for this award is now open, applications due by February 1, 2022.
Garden Scholar Awards
The spring 2022 application cycle is now open January 3- 31, 2022 for those wishing to attend the Arts & Exhibitions/Design & Planning Joint Symposium (March 2022) the Finance & Operations Symposium (April 2022) or the Annual Conference (June 20-24, 2022)
Scholarship awards will be applied towards reimbursable hotel/travel and related costs to attend a regional symposium (max. $650) or Annual Conference (max. $1,500).
Applicants are limited to one application per review cycle. The next application cycle will open July 1, 2022.
Please check back on this site for fall and winter 2022-23 opportunities.
The Linda Milbourn Fellowship in Landscape Architecture
The Linda Milbourn Fellowship in Landscape Architecture will provide financial assistance for a promising student pursuing a graduate degree in landscape architecture with a distinct connection to public gardens. Graduate students of Landscape Architecture will discover the impact their own vision can have on public gardens and future generations of visitors. Those awarded this Fellowship will, like Linda, bring their visions to life in connecting plants and people.
The 2022 Application cycle opens July 1, 2022.