Each year Warren County Farm Bureau offers a minimum of five scholarships to those pursuing higher education with a preference…Read More
Warren County Farm Bureau offers a minimum of five scholarships per year for those pursuing higher education with a preference for majors in agriculture or agriculture-related fields. These scholarships may be valued from $500 to $1,000. Additionally the family of Fred D. Pursley, is offering an additional $1,000 scholarship to honor his many years of service to the Warren County Farm Bureau
The application process is two-fold. The first phase requires the submission of a written application. Phase two requires an interview with the scholarship committee. Additional requirements include:
- The applicant’s family or guardian must have an active status Warren County Farm Bureau membership ($75 dues) paid before April 1 of the application year.
- You must have or will have obtained the ranking of High School Senior or enrolled in an accredited college, technical or trade school at the time the scholarship is awarded.
- Scholarships will be awarded to the recipient upon a receipt of a grade card/ paid receipt from a college or trade school of applicant’s choice.
- Applicants must be a full-time student pursuing an undergraduate degree to be eligible.
- Preference will be given to students pursuing a career in agriculture.
- An individual can be awarded the scholarship up to three times.
- Applicants will be subject to an interview. Inability to attend the interview will deem the applicant ineligible for the scholarship. Interview date is April 16, 2022 and will be held in person.
- Application must be returned to the Warren County Farm Bureau office no later than April 4 of the year the Scholarship is awarded.
Interview date is April 16, 2022. If you are unavailable for this date you will need to contact the office for a possible alternate date option.
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