The Alamo Chapter of Air and Waste Management Association (AWMA)
is a local chapter of the Southwest Section of the International AWMA. The AWMA is a not-for-profit, global network of environmental professionals. Its mission is to promote a clean environment worldwide. The Alamo Chapter was formed in 1990 with 10 members. Currently, there are approximately 100 local members.
The AWMA Alamo Chapter is comprised of: State and Local Regulators, Environmental Compliance Managers, Geologists, Engineers, Consultant, Attorneys, Students and other Environmental Professionals.
Science Project Grant Award
AWMA Alamo Chapter supports science education and hope to help high school and middle school science teachers by awarding funds for selected classroom projects, laboratory materials, or programs. We will be awarding up to $1,000.00 in grant money to a deserving high school and/or middle school science teacher in Bexar County for use in science projects, programs, or laboratory materials.
In order to have your project or program considered for receiving AWMA grant money, please complete the Science Grant application. All questions on the application should be addressed to the fullest extent applicable. Completed applications can be mailed directly to the address below or e-mailed to Rudy Bazan, email@example.com. (If e-mailed, please ensure that the signature page is printed for signatures and scanned.) Applications will be accepted until January 31, 2014.
AWMA Teacher Scholarship
6911 Blanco Road
San Antonio, Texas 78216