Garden Club of America Interchange Fellowship & Martin McLaren Scholarship
Recent graduates; US citizens under 26 years of age
To foster British-American relations through the interchange of scholars in horticulture, botany, landscape architecture and environmental studies. The program for the academic year provides period for study, research and practical work at the famous Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew and Edinburgh, as well as an optional university semester, when the fellow may have the opportunity to pursue a research project under the guidance of an advisory panel. The scholarship provides for the major costs of housing, board, tuition, travel to the UK, and an allowance for personal needs during the student's year in Great Britain.