2022 Scholarship Recipients
. . . is first in her class of 170 students at the Bourne Upper Cape Tech High School. She is receiving the Elizabeth Katchpole Scholarship due to her outstanding school and community service.
Jessica will attend the Massachusetts Maritime Academy majoring in environmental service. She is President of the Student Council and Interact Club. She works at the Heritage Museum and plays Lacrosse and Soccer.
She is an outstanding scholar who also plays the flute!
2022 Teacher Mini Grant Recipients
Anina Sinclair and Leah Service
Anina (pictured, right) is a kindergarten teacher and Leah (pictured, left) is a third grade teacher at Barnstable West Barnstable Elementary School. They have been collaborating, while doing a unit on Native American studies.
They will be using the teacher mini-grant funds to create a three sisters garden, a Native American tradition. This project will not only deepen their understanding and appreciation of plants, their life cycles, and challenges, but of Native American history and culture.
Scholarship & Toolships
The Garden Club of Hyannis offers scholarships in the spring of each year to area high school graduates and college students pursuing degrees in horticulture, agriculture, environmental studies or related fields. Toolships are awarded to those pursuing careers in landscaping or related fields upon graduation from high school. The amount allotted for yearly scholarships and/or toolships is dependent on the annual fundraising events of the Club, such as plant and yard sales and the Holiday Showcase.
Applications are solicited by the Club from area high schools via guidance offices, media notices, online and individual members. A scholarship committee screens the applications and recommends deserving recipients based on monies available yearly. The awarded recipients are invited as guests of the Club to our monthly luncheon meeting which is held in May.
Teacher Mini Grants
The Garden club offers mini grants to Cape Cod high school
teachers for specific programs that they will develop or have developed for the students. These programs should be in the areas of environmental fields of studies such as
horticulture, conservation, botany, forestry, landscape design or a related field. Applications should be submitted to the Scholarship Committee.
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Still Need More Info?
Email one of our Scholarship Co-Chairs here.