Who Can Apply: Applicants must be:
- Enrolled or accepted into an accredited undergraduate program in the U.S.
(This includes incoming freshmen)
- Scholarship is open to all majors
Submission: Any student who meets the eligibility requirements is invited to apply for the Thrive Best Bug Scholarship. To apply, students must submit a 500+ word essay on one of the topics below. Essays should prioritize the use of statistics and research.
- Do groundhogs hibernate?
- Do termites eat cedar?
- How do moths enter the home?
- Signs of a wolf spider bite on a dog
- Effective natural tick repellents
- Can you vacuum bed bugs
- What do bed bug bites look like?
- Home remedies to soothe mosquito bites
- Which plants repel squirrels
- Do bees die after they sting?
- How to safely remove a paper wasp nest?
- Do bees make nests in the ground?
- What makes fireflies glow?
- How to properly move a bird nest in your yard
- Fire ant mound vs. regular ant mound
- How to get rid of bats in the attic
- What does a horse fly bite look like?
- What are sand fleas?
- Do wasps pollinate?
- Why are bugs attracted to light?
- How to keep weevils out of your pantry and food
- How to get rid of magpies
- Can you see bed bugs with the naked eye?
- What food can you eat to repel mosquitoes?
- Do mice spread diseases?
Deadline: October 31, 2020
Learn More: https://pestcom.com/scholarship