Applications for the 2018 Farm Credit Foundation for Agricultural Advancement scholarship program will be accepted through January 12, 2018.
The Farm Credit Foundation for Agricultural Advancement will be awarding a total of $100,000 in scholarships to students who are planning to attend or are currently enrolled as full-time students at a college, university, or technical school, planning to pursue a career in agriculture. The deadline for all applications and supporting materials is January 12, 2018.
The Farm Credit Foundation for Agricultural Advancements scholarship program will award ten scholarships in 2018, each valued at $10,000. This program is open to high school seniors or students currently enrolled in a two or four year educational program. All applicants must be planning to pursue a career in agriculture. This includes students planning to go into production agriculture, as well as those planning to be educators, veterinarians, engineers, economists, or another profession within the industry. Applicants must reside in MidAtlantic Farm Credits five-state territory. For a complete list of eligible counties, please see FCFoundationforAg.org.
"Ive always looked at agriculture as one giant family, and these students certainly prove that to be true," says Robertson. "This Foundation was formed with the intention of ensuring the industry thrives for the future generations. I encourage all those eligible for this scholarship to apply. Wed love to help you pursue your dream of working in agriculture."
Applications are being accepted online now through January 12, 2018. For more information, please visit FCFoundationforAg.org or email info(at)FCFoundationforAg(dot)org.
About Farm Credit Foundation for Agricultural Advancement
The Farm Credit Foundation for Agricultural Advancement is a $3M non-profit foundation formed in 2015, created to help advance the future of agriculture. The Foundations scholarship program is open to all students residing in MidAtlantic Farm Credits five-state territory who are studying to pursue a career in agriculture and fit the eligibility requirements.