Each year, the Ohio Landscape Association has scholarship monies available to
selected students who are interested in pursuing horticulture in college.  

OLA Scholarships - For the 2017-2018 School Year
The requirements, eligiblity, and scholarship application have been posted.  Please read
carefully and follow the directions.  Click the button below to download the complete
information and application.

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION
Eligible students include high school seniors who are enrolling in a horticulture
program, as well as college students currently studying horticulture.  

Applicants must also be either an OLA Student Member, an employee of an OLA Member
firm, or a child of an employee of an OLA Member firm.  If you are not an
OLA Student Member and would like to become one, please click below to download
an application.

STUDENT MEMBERSHIP
OLA Scholarships
Eligibility
Ohio Landscape Association
9240 Broadview Road
Broadview Heights, OH 44147
440-717-0002
Toll Free: 800-335-6521
OLA's 2016 Scholarship Recipients
Forrest Dorsey
$2,000 Scholarship
Forrest is in his second year at
Cuyahoga Community College,
where he has a GPA of 4.0 and is
President of the NALP Student
Chapter. He is described by his
instructors as a leader with true
passion for the industry. Forrest has
been a top competitor at the
National Collegiate Landscape
Competition.
Josiah Grimm
$1,000 Scholarship
Josiah is a high school senior at
Knox County Career Center where
he has a 3.88 GPA. He made the
decision to drive 62 miles each
way to attend KCCC when the
horticulture program was
discontinued in his home town. He
has excelled in the state and
national competitions.
Brian Malin
$750 Scholarship
Brian is a sophomore at Clark State
Community College where he is
enrolled in the Parks and
Recreation Operations Program
and has a GPA of 4.0. Brian left
another career to pursue his
passion for the green industry while
working part time for Five Rivers
MetroParks in Dayton.
Traci Parks
$750 Scholarship
Traci is a freshman in the
Landscape Design Program at
Columbus State Community
College. Traci is described at
exuberant, passionate and
positive by her instructors. Her
vocational goal is to design and
create gardens that heal.