The Oregon Extension Fall 2014 Stipend

Originally posted on The Oregon Extension:

reading2.jpgOnce again, the Oregon Extension has been awarded a development grant for the fall of 2014 from the Clif Bar Family Foundation.  Under the terms of the grant, any student who applies and is accepted for this coming fall will receive a $3,000 stipend for the semester.  The stipend may be used to pay for room, board, activities fee, books, tuition, travel, or any expenses related to the semester.  This is a one-semester grant and applies only to the fall 2014 Oregon Extension program.  Spaces for the fall are limited.  The $3,000 stipend will be awarded to all fall students.

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April Anson is a native oregonian, a lover of all things wild, and a student of the dialectical spaces surrounding that term. Currently, she is an English PhD student in Literature and the Environment at the University of Oregon.
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2 Responses to The Oregon Extension Fall 2014 Stipend

  1. whitney says:

    I love your project! My name is Whitney, I am completing a Certificate at Yestermorrow Design Build school in Warren, VT. For my project I am researching the availability of homeowners insurance for tiny homes. If you own a tiny home please take a few moments to fill out this survey. Thank you for your time! https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/DXXW3X3

  2. hello April,

    my name is matthew campbell, i am with Frontier Fortress , a tiny house company! .
    So our company is looking to sponsor the tiny house conference that you are speaking at, so April, do you think there is going to be good attendance? , if we do not sponsor it , we will probably for sure make a drive to the conference. Are you excited about this conference?
    thanks April,
    matthew campbell

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