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The 2017 Green Futures Scholarship application is now available! Applications are due Monday, April 24, 2017.

The 2017 Green Futures Scholarship will be announced at GHS Senior Awards Night, Saturday, May 27, 2017.

Jordan Pederson is the recipient of the 2016 Green Futures Scholarship at Grinnell High School! The award was announced May 28, 2016 at the GHS Senior Awards Night.

Allison Neeley and Ryan Nelson are the recipients of the 2015 Green Futures Scholarship at Grinnell High School! The awards were announced May 24, 2015 at the GHS Senior Awards Night.

Advisory Committee

Tyler Huebner, Founder

Contact Tyler here for any questions about the Green Futures Scholarship

Tyler graduated from Grinnell High School in 2001, and was a member of concert band, jazz band, and Tiger football, basketball, track (2 years), and tennis (1 year) teams. He went on to study electrical engineering and obtain a business minor from The University of Iowa in December 2005. While at Iowa he became very interested in renewable energy, energy independence, and climate change through Engineers for a Sustainable World, and went on to work for six months in facilities management, helping improve energy efficiency in campus buildings at Iowa. In September 2006, Tyler went to Stanford University to get a masters degree in Environmental Engineering, in a program called Atmosphere & Energy. After being an energy efficiency consultant in San Francisco for two years, he worked in the Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy division of the Department of Energy in Washington, DC for two years, and now resides in Madison, Wisconsin. He is the son of Dan and Bev Huebner; Mrs. Huebner is the former GHS Family and Consumer Sciences teacher.

Jill Allen, Grinnell High School Counselor

Chris Bair, Imagine Grinnell and Grinnell College

Julie Gosselink, President & CEO, Claude W. and Dolly Ahrens Foundation

Tom Marshall, Greater Poweshiek Community Foundation

The late Tom Marshall was both an inspirational leader for this scholarship, as well as the key individual who helped establish the award through the Greater Poweshiek Community Foundation. He will be greatly missed by all those involved with this Scholarship and by so many in the Grinnell Community.