North Dakota Society of Professional land Surveyors gives money to students

The North Dakota Society of Professional Land Surveyors has given monetary awards from its Education Assistance Program to assist the students with books and tuition costs, according to a press release.

Over the years NDSPLS, through the Education Assistance Program and the North Dakota Society of Professional Land Surveyors Foundation, has contributed more than $80,000 to more than 75 individual students to assist in the cost of their education. In addition, NDSPLS has provided over $50,000 in travel, lodging, and meals to assist getting these students to various seminars, conventions, and training away from the college campus in a professional setting.

NDSPLS and the EAP currently have two types of awards available for individuals wishing to become Professional Land Surveyors. The first is the “North Dakota Society of Professional Land Surveyors EAP Award.” This is open to all students enrolled at an institute of higher learning, pursuing a degree with a high number of Land Surveying credits. The second is the “North Dakota Society of Professional Land Surveyors High School Senior Education Assistance Program.” This is open to all North Dakota High School seniors who are enrolled at a North Dakota institute of higher learning pursuing a degree with a high number of Land Surveying credits. More information about each of these awards, as well as more information about the Profession of Land Surveying, is available on the NDSPLS web site http://www.ndspls.org.

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