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Attention High School Graduating Seniors:

The Geysers Geothermal Association (GGA), a non‐profit trade association which is comprised of the various companies that constitute the geothermal industry in Lake, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties, is pleased to announce the availability of the Fred Haley Memorial Scholarship.

There will be one (1) scholarship awarded to a high school senior who has relatives that are directly involved and spend a majority of their working time in Geysers Geothermal field. The scholarship will be for $3,000. The scholarship program is one of the ways the GGA endeavors to be of service to the geothermal community.

Selection of recipients will be based upon the student's academic record, student activities, citizenship and an evaluation of the renewable energy related essay question. Please note that there is no formal application
form for applying for this scholarship. Your application must include:

1. Current transcript through seven semesters of high school.
2. List of student activities including offices held.
3. List and brief description of all extracurricular and/or community activities.
4. Statement of verification by the applicant's school counselor.
5. One‐page statement (essay) by the applicant about their future goals.
6. Brief statement by the applicant’s relative describing their work relationship to The Geysers
Geothermal Field.
7. One‐page essay answering the following question. “If you could change your community or society in
a positive way, what changes would you make and why?”

Applications must be postmarked by May 15, 2014. Successful recipients will be notified by June 1, 2014.

Applications or questions should be addressed to:

Louis Capuano III
GGA Scholarship Committee
2455 Bennett Valley Rd. Suite A112
Santa Rosa, CA 95404


The winner of the 2013 GGA scholarship was Aaron Miller, a senior at Healdsburg High School!

Healdsburg High School senior Aaron Miller was awarded The GGA 2013 Scholarship at the GGA Summer Barbecue June 20, 2013. The $2,500 scholarship was recently upped to $3,000, our largest yet. Scholarship chair Louis Capuano III said all five applicants were top rate, with the lowest GPA at 3.8 and the highest 4.6, making it difficult to choose. After careful grading, his team selected Aaron.

To be eligible, all applicants must have a relative who is directly involved with The Geysers and has spent a majority of his or her working time in Geysers geothermal work. Aaron’s father, Mike Miller, is a mechanical engineer at The Geysers, having started there with PG&E 24 years ago. He’s been with Calpine since 1999.

Geysers Geothermal Association Website (Updated February 21, 2014)
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