Montgomery County Farm Bureau will award nine scholarships up to $1,500/each for students pursuing post-secondary education.Read More
Scholarship applications are now being accepted for Montgomery County and Ohio Farm Bureau.
Montgomery County’s deadline is March 31. There are nine scholarship opportunities up to $1,500 for students pursuing post-secondary education, including FFA students. This includes two scholarships with preferences given to students who are involved in or are considering a career in the beef industry. Scholarships will be awarded to those who are a senior in high school or are enrolled in an accredited college, technical or trade school. Applicants or their parents must be a Farm Bureau member to meet the eligibility requirements.
There are several other scholarships available through Ohio Farm Bureau; most of them have a March 31 deadline. The Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation annually awards scholarships to students planning to pursue careers in agriculture and to adults seeking continuing education in agriculture-related studies. This page lists all scholarships available. Use the filters on the left to find ones that apply to you.
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