Harvard Chan C-CHANGE Youth Scholarship Opportunities

New scholarship opportunities are now available for the July 2021 Harvard Chan C-CHANGE Youth Summits on Climate and Health. The scholarship provides full and partial need-based scholarships for underrepresented students and communities to empower the next generation of climate and public health leaders.

Scholarship Eligibility 

Students who meet the following eligibility requirements are encouraged to apply for a scholarship:

  • Current 9-12 grade student
  • Currently reside in the United States (international students, including U.S. students living abroad, are not eligible to apply)
  • Meet/Consider income eligibility guidelines:
    • Full Scholarship Financial Eligibility Guidelines
      Up to 4 Person Household (combined annual income): Up to $50,000.00
      More than 4 Person Household (combined annual income): Up to $75,000.00 Annually
    • Partial Scholarship Financial Eligibility Guidelines
      Up to 4 Person Household (combined annual income): Up to $75,000.00 Annually
      More than 4 Person Household (combined annual income): Up to $100,000.00 Annually
    • Please note: If your income is over the eligibility guideline recommendations and you have extenuating circumstances that you would like the Selection Committee to consider, families will be able to include this information on the scholarship application. The selection committee will not require proof of financial eligibility; however, we remind applicants that these are need-based scholarships intended for underrepresented students and communities.
  • Have a passion for climate change and/or public health
  • Show a demonstrated interest in climate and/or public health advocacy
  • Submit a complete scholarship application (information and required materials below) no later than May 15, 2021. In order to maintain the equity of the scholarship process, late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
How to Apply

A complete application consists of:

If you have questions about the scholarship application process, please contact us at scholarships@goputney.com.




We welcome scholarship candidates from all backgrounds, cultures, identities, and life experiences for our scholarship pool. Through this scholarship, we want to ensure that all candidates have access to our Youth Climate and Health Summit, and we do not want the cost to serve as a barrier to this enriching experience. We recognize the disproportionate impact of climate change and the pandemic on Black, Indigenous, and communities of color, and we believe that communities most impacted should be integral to the examination and problem solving of current health issues. We encourage applications from those who hold these identities as well as individuals who would be the first generation in their family to attend college.