All the graduating high school senior or current college student have good news. The Southeast Produce Council or SEPC is pleasingly welcoming candidates to apply for their extraordinary Vorhees Vision Scholarship. Fellows should be a young individual demonstrating a true entrepreneurial spirit in their lives as they are pursuing their educational goals. Candidates should mandatorily be graduating high school senior or current college student to be eligible.
The Southeast Produce Council or SEPC has created this scholarship in honor of Terry L. Vorhees, a founder who was the first Executive Director of the SEPC or Southeast Produce Council. The council is willing to remember his contribution, his vision, and the hard work he invested in the council’s growth. The council understands students’ struggles and the importance of financial support, and for making it possible for students to complete their higher education, the council has created this scholarship.
The Southeast Produce Council, or SEPC, founded in 1999, is a non-profit produce organization founded by six people who met at Atlanta Farmers’ Market and shared a vision of inventing a worthy organization in the east as a product organization. The organization tends to grow continuously and benefit the members and the produce industry with exceptional programs that intend to worth growth. The vision of the council is to be the premier produce resource in the Southeast.
Students should check the table below for more details about the scholarships:
|Organization||Southeast Produce Council|
|Educational Level||High school senior and college students|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Application Deadline||January 15, 2021|
|Requirement||Application, current transcript, two letters of recommendation, College/University enrollment verification|
Who May Be Eligible
Interested candidates should explore the requirements set for this scholarship before applying:
- Candidates should be graduating high school senior or current college student to be eligible.
- Fellows should be young individuals demonstrating a true entrepreneurial spirit in their lives as they are pursuing their educational goals.
How to Apply
Students should first ensure their eligibility before applying for the scholarship. Fellows should access the online application form and submit it with all the mandatory materials and details. Any late applications with not be entertained by the Foundation. Please strictly follow the deadlines. Candidates are responsible for the originality of the information they are providing.
- Current transcript, two letters of recommendation, College/University enrollment verification is mandatory with the application.
One candidate will be selected to award the scholarship of $7500. This amount must only be used to defray students’ educational needs like tuition, fees, books, and other related expenses. This scholarship is a one-time fund and will not be renewed. The program encourages students to do better in their careers by maintaining good academic standing.
Applications for this scholarship will close on January 15, 2021. Do not submit late or incomplete applications.