Cobb County students 16 and up can earn college scholarships by serving as associate board members of Keep Cobb Beautiful, an environmental non-profit organization. Associate board members serve on committees, organize and run events and represent the organization at luncheons and awards. Candidates must be juniors, seniors or attend college in Cobb, and be able to pledge at least 35 hours during the term, which runs from October to May. Applications are due Sept. 20. and top candidates will be notified by Sept. 27. Info: cobbcounty.org/kcb.
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