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Arkansas Farm Bureau Foundation Scholarship - Since its inception in 2002, the Arkansas Farm Bureau Foundation Scholarship has provided $2,250 annually in financial assistance to ten children and grandchildren of Farm Bureau members who are currently pursuing a degree in agriculture at any accredited Arkansas institution with junior or senior-level standing. Qualified applicants must be Arkansas residents, maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher, and be enrolled in at least 12 credits.
Farm Credit Mid-America Scholarship Program - The Farm Credit Mid-America Scholarship Program offers 26 awards for $1,500 and 26 awards for $1,000 annually to the children or grandchildren of customer-members who are residing on a family farm within Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, or Tennessee. Qualified applicants must plan to attend a two or four-year university within the next year, have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, possess work experience in agriculture, and submit an essay on their chosen career.
Kentucky Farm Bureau Educational Scholarships - Ranging in value from $500 to $3,000, the Kentucky Farm Bureau Educational Scholarships are distributed each year to 83 graduating high school seniors statewide who are the children of a Farm Bureau member in good standing. Qualified recipients should have a minimum overall GPA of 3.5 or better, be entering an accredited four-year degree program full-time, be actively engaged in production agriculture, and submit a brief narrative describing their family farm.
Wilson Artisan Wineries Scholarships - Each year, the Sonoma County Farm Bureau confers 23 Wilson Artisan Wineries Scholarships for $750 to $1,500 to graduating high school seniors and current undergraduate students who are the natural children of vineyard workers within Sonoma County. For consideration, qualified candidates must submit a signed application, official high school or college transcript, completed academic advisor/counselor statement, list of career goals, and personal statement.