3M PSD Scholarship Application Deadline Extended to March 11

The company has announced a one-week extension for its 30th annual sponsorship program, which provides three $5,000 scholarships and attendance at this year’s AIHce conference.

The 3M Personal Safety Division announced that the deadline to apply for one of its 2016 scholarships has been extended one week to March 11. Graduate students in an industrial hygiene/occupational health & safety program in the United States or Canada are eligible to apply for one of three $5,000 scholarships available from 3M PSD's Occupational Health & Safety Scholarship program -- and this year is the 30th annual scholarship program.

The three winners scholarships will receive a $5,000 (U.S. dollars) scholarship plus airfare, accommodations for up to four nights, and a $50 per diem to attend the American Industrial Hygiene Association Conference and Exposition, which will take place May 21-26 in Baltimore. A reception for the scholarship winners will be held at AIHce on May 22 at 5:30 pm.

The application form (details and the application form are available at http://go.3M.com/Scholarship) should be returned along with all requested support documentation in a single package to 3M Personal Safety Division, OH&S Scholarship Program - Attn: Patrica Ostrander, Bldg. 235-2W-75, St. Paul, MN 55144-1000, or the entry material may be emailed to 3MPPESafety@mmm.com.

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