Are you engaged in the study of agriculture? If your answer is yes, then you have an opportunity to enjoy tremendous benefits from Colorado Farm Show scholarships. Colorado Farm Show is initiating amazing scholarship programs called Secondary scholarships. United States citizen students currently attending an accredited two year or four-year college university or vocational school with an excellent academic record are welcome to apply for secondary scholarships. Applicants continuously enrolled as a full-time student at their school of choice should apply.
The aim behind initiating these scholarships is to create a sense of awareness and passion in the students about the fields of architecture. The firm believes that there are tremendous opportunities to succeed in the agriculture field through different programs compare to other fields. The motive of a firm is to expand the agricultural field and bring more students together to enjoy the success and expand the filed. The firm supports and helps the students in their educational expenses through some funds.
For the past four decades for the Colorado Farm Show taking place in Weld county the fourth largest agriculture producing county in the United States, volunteers come together to provide a series of educational programs and exhibits of interest to the agriculture community. It is a story of how a community event has grown to become one of national repute one that many exhibitors have on their must attend lists. This began in the year 1964 as a result of a coffee klatch. It brings all the agriculture lovers under one roof to expand the fields of agriculture.
|Organization||Colorado Farm Show|
|Educational Level||Freshman, Current, Senior|
|Mode of Access||Online|
|Number of Awards||2|
|Application Deadline||November 1, 2020|
|Requirements||letters of recommendation, transcripts, photo|
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Who May Be Eligible?
If you are interested, then follow the below-given criteria before applying for the program.
- The student must be currently attending a credited two or four-year college, university or vocational school
- Candidate must be continually enrolled as a full-time student at their school of choice
- Applicant must have a minimum college Grade Point Average of 3.0 or the student is a freshman without a college GPA, should provide final high school GPA
- The fellow must be a past recipient of a Colorado Farm Show scholarship
- Candidate should be a citizen of the United States
How to Apply
To apply for the program, eligible candidates need to fill an electronic online application form. All the details should be provided in the application. To have brief guidance on the application form filling process students should download the Workbook and allow parents or guardians to review the workbook ad suggest changes then transfer your answer to the online application. All supporting documentation should be provided with caution. Late or incomplete applications will not be entertained.
- The applicant should submit one copy of a transcript of grades from the institution that the applicant is attending. If you do not yet have a GPA in college, also provide a copy of your high school transcripts showing your final high school GPA
- Two letters of recommendation from a college professor, adviser or supervisor is needed
- Applicants should submit a high-resolution electronic photo of yourself
Two candidates will be selected and awarded with the amount of $1,500 to help them complete their currently pursuing their secondary education on an Agricultural or Vo-Tech field of study. It enhances the growth of agriculture enthusiasts and appreciates the to do better in their respective fields
The last day to submit applications is November 1, 2020.