Clinton County Farm Bureau offers graduating high school seniors who plan to  pursue an ag-related degree (2 or 4 year program) a chance at a $500 scholarship. This scholarship can be renewed for a max of four years if the recipient is attending and enrolling in an ag-related field.

Among the application requirements:

  • Applicants must be a young member of the Farm Bureau or an immediate family member must be a current Farm Bureau member.
  • The application must be completed by the applicant.
  • The questions must be answered completely. 
  • Applicants must include a copy of their transcript.
  • Renewal applicants must maintain a 2.0 GPA.

Scholarship applications must be completed and submitted by March 15, 2023 11:59 p.m. This year, we have partnered with the Clinton County Foundation and will be using their Clinton County Foundation Online Scholarship Portal. Applications will only be accepted through the Clinton County Scholarship Foundation portal. We will not accept paper applications.

Scholarship Portal 

If you have any questions, contact the office at 937-382-4407 or [email protected] 

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