Community Focus - Scholarship Opportunities
- March 06, 2013
Paul D. Everman Fund for Lifetime Learning Scholarship
This scholarship for a non-traditional student (who is at least 23 years old), is awarded to an adult Farm Bureau member who plans to continue undergraduate studies at an accredited Kentucky college or university. Applicant must be a Kentucky high school grad (GED acceptable). Scholarship monies can be applied to tuition only. Payments of $250 per semester will be sent directly to the college of their choice for up to twelve semesters (not to exceed three per year) or until the student receives a Bachelor’s Degree (whichever occurs first). The maximum amount that can be awarded to any one student is $3,000. Deadline April 26, 2013.
Louis F. Ison Memorial Scholarship
This is for a full-time graduate student pursuing a degree in the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture. Applicants for this scholarship must: hold a baccalaureate degree from any recognized four-year college in the state of Kentucky; be enrolled or accepted for admissions as a full-time graduate student and be pursuing a graduate degree in the UK College of Agriculture; and, be the child of a Kentucky Farm Bureau member family. If married, the applicant must have their own membership before applying. The recipient will receive a scholarship total $1,000 to be awarded in three separate payments. Deadline April 26, 2013.
Young Farmer Scholarship
KYFB Education Foundation will award one $2,000 college scholarship and one $1,000 college scholarship. Must be a current college upperclassman or vocational technical school student. Applicants must be a member of Kentucky Farm Bureau; be between the ages of 18-35 years old; major in agriculture or a related field at a Kentucky college or university and be enrolled full-time. Deadline April 26, 2013.
For complete application, rules and information call the Garrard County Farm Bureau Federation office at 792-4900 or print from website at kyfb.com.
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