Are you interested in an equine career? If you plan to have a successful career in equine, then here is something special for you. The Kentucky Horse Council is willing to offer some financial support to the equine students with their worthy scholarships. The Kentucky Horse Council is expecting applications for Kentucky Horse Council Scholarships. Students must be attending a Kentucky college, university, or trade school to pursue an equine-associated career. Student members of the Kentucky Horse Council must be candidates.
These scholarships aim to offer financial support to the students who are interested in the Equine industry. The council understands the difficulties students face while completing their higher education, and for reducing this unwanted burden, the council is introducing these wonderful scholarships. The purpose of these scholarships is to expand the equine field with passionate and professional individuals. The best way to do this is to invest in students’ education.
The American Horse Council is dedicated to advocating for the social, economic, and legislative interests of the United States equine industry. The council is keen on horses’ health and well-being and does everything to expand the equine industry through its programs. To the public and government officials, they are a trusted voice for the horse industry. Synthesize and promote consensus-based AHC. The council serves as a resource on programs and initiatives that will advance and enhance the equine industry.
For more information about the scholarship, review the table below:
|Educational Level||University and college students|
|Number of Awards||3|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||December 11, 2020|
|Requirement||Application, Essay, Transcript|
Who May Be Eligible?
Here are the requirements mentioned below to help you ensure your eligibility:
- Students must be attending a Kentucky college, university, or trade school to pursue an equine-associated career.
- Applicants must be Kentucky Horse Council student members.
- Fellows must demonstrate academic success, Kentucky equine industry involvement, and community service during the past year.
- If no major or minor is offered in the student’s current institute, students should demonstrate how they are planning to use their area of study within the equine industry.
How to Apply
If you are eligible for the above-given process, you can apply for the program by downloading the application candidates should use the same form to send all the required information and supporting materials. Consideration will not be granted to incomplete applications. If all the paperwork needs to be re-submitted, do not apply to the previous submission. Applications must be returned to the Kentucky Horse Council with all other required materials before the deadline.
Attn: Scholarship Committee
4037 Iron Works Pike, Ste. 120
Lexington, KY 40511
- Transcripts and recommendations, along with the application, is mandatory.
- Please explain in 750 words or less how the equine industry has shaped who you are today and in what ways you plan to be linked in the future to the Kentucky equine industry.
The Kentucky Horse Council will award three scholarships of $1,000 each to selected students. This amount must only be utilized to pay students’ educational expenses like tuition, books, fees, and other verified needs. This grant helps students to do well and maintain a strong academic record throughout their careers. The scholarship motivates students to benefit the equine industry through their education.
The deadline for submitting applications is December 11, 2020. There will be a rejection of incomplete or late applications.