Meadowlands Exposition Center,  Secaucus New Jersey March 23 - 25, 2012

Beneath The Sea - Marine Careers Scholarships

Sea of Tomorrow Scholarship Society Offers Financial Assistance

The application deadline for scholarships is January 15, 2012. Click here to for the Application Requirements and the Scholarship Application Form.

The Howard and Michele Hall ďArtist-in-ResidenceĒ Underwater Video Grant -- $1,000 (New this year!)

Beneath the Sea and the Halls offer this grant to an Artist-in-Residence currently developing an underwater video project for which this additional funding would aid in the completion of a final product - end result. The completed video to be shown at appropriate venues throughout the Beneath the Sea weekend.

The Art of Underwater Photography Scholarship -- Value $1,000 (New this year!)

A beginnerís hands-on introduction study class in Underwater Photography and imaging fundamentals given by renowned underwater photographer and Women Divers Hall of Fame member Maria Hults. Thanks to the generosity of Riestkinís Restaurants, this course will include a camera and underwater housing suitable for beginners. (Note: Course will be given only in the New York Metro Area.)

Sea of Tomorrow Scholarship $1,000

To be awarded to an individual 17 to 21 years of age to participate in a recognized or accredited program in the fields of marine environmental conservation, biology, ecology, research, or training in a diving related program necessary for participation in these fields of endeavor.

Discovery Scholarship $1,500

The Board of Trustees of BeneathThe Sea has endowed this Discovery Scholarship to an individual 12 to18 years of age searching for a life focus, to consider a marine career. This scholarship may be applied to any recognized program in the field of marine study or its many support services.

Jordan Viders Spirit of the Sea Award and Scholarship $1,000

Established in 2007 in celebration of Jordan Viders, son of Hillary and Richard Viders, the Spirit of the Sea award and Scholarship means to recognize the forces driving young adults thirty-years and younger who, like Jordan, follow a career path using electronics to illuminate and expand our underwater knowledge.

Beneath The Sea/Women Divers Hall of Fame/Ocean Pals Junior Dive Training Grant $1,000

This training grant ($500 for training & $500 for dive equipment) will be awarded to a deserving young female, ages 13-18, who wishes to begin or further her dive education/training. Deadline for this application is November 15, 2011. Access the Ocean Pals Scholarship application form at



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