Students who are in search of funds have a great opportunity to apply for the WCMA’s Student Scholarships designed by the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association. The applications are made available to students attending any college, university, or technical school in the United States. Preferences for the scholarship program will be given to candidates pursuing degrees and careers connected to the dairy industry.
The association provides educational opportunities via its scholarship program, and industry-specific training at the Center for Dairy Research and via Madison College. The funds act as a great supportive pillar for students in achieving their higher and quality education. The recipients will be able to accomplish their educational goals with the help of the scholarship funds.
Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association member cheesemakers, butter makers and whey processors strive to produce the finest dairy products in the world. WCMA is partnering with the Center for Dairy Research to execute the Artisan Dairy Producer Food Safety Initiative which, thanks to funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture, will help ensure industry adoption of the new Food Safety Modernization Act.
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The given table shall furnish more details of the scholarship to the entrant:
|Organization||Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association|
|Educational Level||College/University Students|
|Number of Awards||5|
|Application Deadline||February 17, 2021|
|Requirement||Application, transcript, letter of recommendation|
Who May Be Eligible?
Students must fulfil the below-given criteria before applying for the scholarship program:
- Open to students attending any college, university, or technical school in the United States. It is also open to high school seniors registered to attend a qualifying school. Applicants must supply a current transcript, a letter of recommendation and a completed application form.
- Preference for both scholarship awards will be given to candidates pursuing degrees and careers connected to the dairy industry. Well-qualified candidates will be currently attending a college, university, or technical school in the United States, or registered to attend a qualifying school.
How to Apply
To be eligible for the scholarship program, eligible students are asked to submit their applications either by the online or offline process. The applicants need to download the scholarship application form according to which scholarship they are interested in applying. The complete form with the credentials can be submitted by email or mail to the below-given addresses.
By Email: Sara Schmidt email@example.com
By Mail: Scholarship Program Return this application by February 17, 2021: By Email: Sara Schmidt firstname.lastname@example.org Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association 5117 West Terrace Drive, Suite 402 Madison, WI 53718
- Fellows must supply transcripts, a letter of recommendation, and a completed application form (found in the links below) for consideration.
- The letter of recommendation should be from a teacher, advisor, or employer.
Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association distributes five scholarships worth $3,000 each every year to students engaged in the industry. WCMA encourages those studying at technical colleges and at four-year colleges and universities to apply. The funds will apply to paying any of the educational expenses related to their studies. The recipients will get help in accomplishing their goals with ease.
Applications must be returned to WCMA by the deadline of Wednesday, February 17, 2021. The students with late applications will not be applicable.