Florida Department of Education brings you an amazing Florida Farmworker Student Scholarship Programs to free you from financial stress. If you are a Florida resident and a farmworker or child of a farmworker, you can enjoy tremendous benefits. The Florida Farmworker Student Scholarship Programs are need-based merit scholarships that provide financial assistance to 50 eligible students.
The goal of the programs is to support Florida resident students in their education. The ultimate purpose of these programs is to enhance Florida’s growth, and that will only be possible through an educated society. Farmers students struggle with the financial need and remain backward due to this; these programs will support the students with this and help them grow their careers in the right direction. These programs ensure that the financial burden on the students should not affect their education.
The Florida Department of Education, Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA), serves as a guarantor for the Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) and the administrator of Florida’s scholarship and grant programs. The OSFA mission is to facilitate higher education access and services by providing good customer attention, comprehensive financial aid information, and convenient and efficient products. The Florida Department of Education, Office of Student Financial Assistance (OSFA) is your designated guaranty agency for the state of Florida. As the guaranty agency, OSFA has guaranteed Federal Family Education Loans for more than 30 years.
|Organization||Florida Department of Education|
|Educational Level||High school students|
|Number of Awards||50|
|Application Deadline||April 1, 2021|
|Requirement||Application and transcript|
Who May Be Eligible?
Check the below-given requirements before applying for these scholarship programs:
- Candidate should be a Florida resident
- The fellow should earn a minimum weighted cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 for all high school courses creditable toward a diploma.
- The student should have a minimum 90% attendance rate; and, no disciplinary action is brought against them.
- The fellow should be a farmworker or child of a farmworker.
How to Apply
Eligible and interested students should apply for the program through an online application form. Candidates should complete a Florida Financial Aid Application before the deadline. Fellows should complete the FAFSA too. Applicants should first login using the online portal. If you do not have an account, you can create and use the credentials to access the form. Please complete the online application before the deadline with all the details and the materials needed. Incomplete or invalid data will not be considered.
- An Official Transcript of the current institute is needed.
- Florida Financial Aid Application should be submitted.
- FAFSA should be provided before the Deadline.
- The scholarship application should be submitted before the deadline.
Maximum 50 students will be selected and awarded with these scholarships. These scholarships will provide all the needed financial assistance to the deserving students to complete their education. These programs encourage candidates to achieve their goals overcoming all the challenges. These programs enhance the development of Florida through education.
All the applications should be filed before April 1, 2021.