Mahoning County Farm Bureau awards up to $3,000 in scholarships to deserving students to help offset educational costs for the following school year.Read More
Mahoning County Farm Bureau awards scholarships to deserving students to help offset educational costs for the following school year. The Mahoning County Farm Bureau Federation Board of Directors reserves the right to adjust the amount of the award depending on applications submitted.
The scholarship is available to a graduating high school senior or student already enrolled at the collegiate level.
Applicants attending any collegiate degree are eligible, but preference will be shown toward those studying agriculture or related field.
Each applicant must be able to provide proof of financial need if requested.
The award selection will be by a committee selected by the Mahoning County Farm Bureau Federation Board of Directors.
Payment will be made to the school where the applicant attends. The committee reserves the right to award payment directly to the student.
Scholarship awards may be applied toward student fees at any college, university or technical school in the United States.
This scholarship is non-renewable and past winners may not reapply.
Deadline: March 31, 2023
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