Geauga County Farm Bureau is again offering scholarship opportunities to Geauga County Farm Bureau member youth.

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • The applicant must be either a current Geauga County Farm Bureau member or a dependent whose parents/guardian is a current Geauga County Farm Bureau member at the time of applying and at time of scholarship payout.
  • Applicants must be a part-time or full-time enrollee of an accredited 2 or 4-year college, university, or technical school. 
  • For first-year students, the applicant must prove enrollment or admission status.
  • Prior recipients may reapply.
  • Scholarship recipients must still be enrolled in college, university, or technical school at the time of payout.
  • Recipients of a scholarship or a representative must attend the Farm Bureau annual meeting held in September. If unable to attend, the county board/office must be notified at least 24 hours in advance. Failure to do so may result in forfeiture of the scholarship.
  • No handwritten forms will be accepted
  • Any scholarship monies not claimed within one (1) year will be forfeited.

 All applications must be submitted online.  All details are available here.

Apply by March 31, 2024 at 11:59 p.m.

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