Do you have an interest in the beef industry? American National CattleWomen is organizing Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program for the candidates interested in bridging the gap between the farm and the fork. High school graduates enrolled in higher education institutions are invited to become a contributor to the program.
The purpose of the Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program is to provide channels for the candidates who are young beef leaders and have passion for the cattle community. The program is designed to help advocates connect with professionals, strong leadership qualities, and communication skills. The program encourages advocates to use their creative skills and improvise the future beef industry to bring success to it.
American National Cattlewomen (ANCW) is an association with a tremendous history and successful record of positively promoting beef and the Beef Industry. The American National CattleWomen, Inc., is one of the longest-standing cattlewomen organizations, established in 1952 as a national, nonprofit organization. The organization aims to educate consumers on the beef industry and create sustainable practices to ensure a safe food supply for years to come.
Candidates must refer to the given table for the additional details about the scholarship-
|Organization||American National CattleWomen, Inc.|
|Educational Level||High school|
|Number of Awards||3|
|Application Deadline||December 1, 2020|
|Requirement||Resume, Biography, Essay|
Who May be Eligible?
The candidates interested in applying for the Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program must comply with the eligibility criteria-
- The applicant must have graduated from high school.
- The applicant must be currently enrolled in a higher education institution.
- The applicant must not exceed 24 years of age.
- The applicant may hold major(s) relating to agricultural or non-agricultural studies.
- Cattlemen and Cattlewomen are eligible; Past National Team Members are not eligible to compete.
- Applicants must be unmarried and cannot become married or become a parent during their national term.
How to Apply?
To apply for the Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program, the applicant must fill in an application form. The applicant must enter all the required details carefully asked in the application. The applicant should attach the supporting documents in a softbound folder. The application form must be mailed to American National CattleWomen Attn: Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program 5802 Lee Rd 27, Auburn, Al 36830.
- Cover Page
- A 250 words Biography written in the third person.
- Essay (500 words or less) on the topic Describe your interest, connection, and accomplishments within the beef and agricultural industries.
- State Beef Advocacy
- Campus Event
- Description of social media
- Two letters of recommendation.
- YouTube Video
- 4-minute video answering the questions: What is the role of a Collegiate Beef Advocate? Why are college students’ essential members of the beef community? What unique qualities would you bring to the National Collegiate Beef Advocacy Team? Provide a link for the YouTube video.
The Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program will award$2000 to the recipient and provide successful candidates for various training opportunities. The advocates will be empowered and will have the grounds to grow as an individual. The advocates will be allowed to get acquainted with cattlemen, cattlewomen, and professionals.
To be considered for the scholarship, entrants should apply before the deadline. The application deadline for the Collegiate Beef Advocacy Program is December 1, 2020. Applications won’t be accepted past the deadline.