Are you a high school senior or student enrolled in a post-secondary school who is also a hunter? If so, you may be eligible for a scholarship from the Safari Club International Pittsburgh Chapter. In 2013, the board of directors of the SCI Pittsburgh Chapter honored the memory of longtime board members William McClure and David Baker by creating a scholarship fund in their names. The intent of the scholarship fund is to award at least one $2,000 scholarship per year to a student who actively participates in hunting sports and supports the preservation of the hunting tradition. High school seniors or students enrolled in undergraduate studies at a post-secondary college or technical school are eligible. Any course of study at either a two or four-year institution is acceptable. Qualified applicants must have an immediate family member who is a member of the SCI Pittsburgh Chapter or should be recommended by a member of the club. Applications for the McClure Baker Scholarship must be received on or before the 15th of February each year. The announcement of the recipient is made during the Annual Fundraiser Weekend.
McClure-Baker Scholarship Grant Application