Dearborn Ranch Scholarships

Tom and his family are major supporters of conservation and law enforcement in Montana. Through the Thomas and Stacey Siebel Foundation, the Siebels have endowed the Dearborn Ranch Scholarship. This fund offers up to five $2,500 college scholarships for the children of the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' enforcement officers. For more information, call 406-443-8313 or visit the Montana Community Foundation website at


Shikar Safari Club Scholarships

Shikar Safari Club is proudly taking applications from undergraduates and graduates. These scholarships will be given on a yearly basis. Fifteen (15) scholarships will be given in the amount of $4000.00 each for those currently involved in the studies of Wildlife Management, Range Management and Law Enforcement. Applicant requirements are as follows: 1. Must be a son or daughter of an active or retired Game Warden, or a Game Warden interested in Continuing Education, of the United States of America or Canada.   2.   Course work hours qualifying as a Sophomore at the time of application. 3.  Must have a strong PRO HUNTING viewpoint on wildlife  management and land management. 4.  Must be an active hunter. 5.  Must have a 3.0 or better grade point average.          6.  Must show good leadership abilities 7.  Graduate students must send a copy of the Thesis project information. No more than 1 page.   For those students interested in applying, please send a total of seven (7) pages. This application must have, an introductory cover letter, a resume including those courses yet to be completed, an official transcript, two (2) letters of recommendation and a current photograph. This information must be turned in and in my possession no later than May 1, 2010.  Applications accepted after May 1 will be applied to the following year. Send information to: Gary Rose,  P. O. Box 237, Rosanky, Texas 78953.


Gary Rose  

Scholarship Committee Chairman


More Information: Scholarships may be available from Montana Game Warden's Association in the future. Please contact Nancy, Executive Director of the Montana Game Warden's Association (MGWA) at (406) 750-6310 or email at



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