SCHOLARSHIP INFO FOR 2018-2019 WILL BE UPDATED AS THEY COME IN:
BIG Scholarship 2019
Below you will find the guidelines and application for the 2019 Blackland Income Growth Scholarship. Applications must be received by Friday, November 2, 2018 (postmarked deadline) and mailed to the District 8 office in Stephenville. Please share with your graduating seniors that meet the requirements.
- There will be ten (10) Blackland Income Growth scholarships awarded for the amount of $1000 each.
- There will be one (1) Scott Felton Blackland Income Growth scholarship awarded in the amount of $1500. Consideration will be given to applicants planning to study agribusiness. Major will be verified at the time of payment.
- There will be one (1) Ronald C. Woolley Blackland Income Growth scholarship awarded in the amount of $1500. Consideration will be given to applicants planning to study agriculture. Major will be verified at the time of payment.
- The same application will be used for all scholarships.
- Recipients will only be eligible to receive one of the above mentioned BIG scholarships.
Please review the first two pages of the attached guidelines for the specific eligibility requirements and dates. The recipients must attend the BIG Conference on Tuesday, January 15, 2018 at the Extraco Events Center in Waco to receive the scholarship award.
Please note the changes in dates for this year!
- The conference is moving back to January!
- The scholarship luncheon is moving to Tuesday, January 15, 2018!
The guidelines and application are attached and will be posted on the BIG page soon at the following link:
2019_BlG_Scholarship_Application (Word Version)
Texas Farm Bureau Scholarship 2019
There are several High School scholarship opportunities provided by Texas Farm Bureau (TFB).
The three available scholarships are for high school students who have not yet graduated: • TFB Memorial/Honorary District Scholarship o Four (4) scholarships awarded per TFB District. (a total of 52 are available) • TFB Young Farmer & Rancher Scholarship for High School Students o One (1) scholarship awarded per TFB District. (a total of 13 are available) • TFB Dick Mitchell Memorial Scholarship o One (1) scholarship awarded Please Note: Each scholarship has a unique set of eligibility requirements. Those requirements are located online through our TFB Website within the Youth Opportunities page: http://texasfarmbureau.org/youth/youth-opportunities/
Application deadline is on or before midnight March 1, 2019!
Texas Farm Credit Scholarship 2019
Texas Farm Credit has a mission to support agriculture and rural communities today and tomorrow. Our customer-owned cooperative proudly offers two programs that recognize high school seniors who excel in the classroom and in their FFA chapters and 4-H clubs. In addition to our scholarship programs, the FFA or 4H club in which each Marsha Martin Scholarship recipient is a member of will receive a $500 club contribution on behalf of Texas Farm Credit.
Applications are due by December 1, 2018!
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ Scholarship 2019
This application is a two part process starting with an online application, then followed by supplemental application documents. Once you have submitted the online portion, the supplemental documents will be emailed to you. Application samples will be posted once available.
In order to qualify for a Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ scholarship, the guidelines below must be met.
Applications are due online by February 4, 2019 by 7:59 p.m.!
Applications will be available online starting November, 2018.
Applicant Winners must attend HLSR scholarship banquet in May, 2019.
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Hildebrand Scholarship (2019)
In memory of Mrs. Ruth Hildebrand, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ will present an $18,000 college scholarship, payable over eight semesters, to an exhibitor in the Junior Market Lamb Show. This scholarship, originated by the Lamb Auction Committee, is given to honor the memory of Mrs. Hildebrand’s unselfish personal devotion and contributions to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo™ and to the youth who exhibit here.
If you have a graduating high school senior who will be exhibiting a lamb in the Junior Show and would like to apply for the Hildebrand Scholarship, please pass the following information on to them. Student must be a graduating High School Senior and meet all scholarship qualification requirements. All applications must be submitted online, no later than February 4, 2019. Please follow the directions below to apply.
Select Your School District’s County and then select the Hildebrand Scholarship.
Enter the Key Code HL2019 to gain access to application.
After submitting the application, an e-mail will be sent to you with your reference number and additional instructions.
Once you have applied online and completed the three forms, you will then need to mail the following items IN ONE PACKET to the Show. The postmark deadline is February 4, 2019. Please include your reference number on all pages.
- Student Application Summary
- Application Checklist and Certification
- Individual Scholastic Record
- FAFSA report
- Official Transcript (this may be in a sealed envelope)
- Official proof of SAT or ACT score
*Please see the Hildebrand Scholarship Guidelines for more information. No late applications will be accepted, no exceptions.
Soil & Crop Science Department- Texas A&M University Scholarship
The soil & Crop Science Department at Texas A&M University Crop Science Department at Texas A&M University has a great opportunity for students wanting to major in Plant & Environmental Soil Science and Turfgrass Science.
The department is awarding $16,000 scholarships to incoming freshmen and $8000 scholarships to transfer students. Please see the link below for information about the scholarships and the application process.
Deadline to apply is December 1, 2018!
Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship 2019
Texas 4-H Youth Development Program Opportunity Scholarships are academic scholarships awarded each year to applicants based on their academic record, 4-H experience, and financial need (for scholarships for which it is a required criterion). The Texas 4-H Youth Development Opportunity Scholarship Program is conducted by the Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation. All applications must be submitted through the applicant’s county Extension office and meet all criteria to be considered. See the links below for more information.
DUE TO CEO BY Email on Friday, January 4, 2019 to be critiqued!
DUE ON 4-H Connect BY Thursday, January 31, 2019!
- Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Application Examples
- 2019 Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Program
- 2019 Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Application Guide
- 2019 Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Attachment Packet
ALL SCHOLARSHIPS LISTED BELOW THIS LINE ARE FROM LAST YEAR TO REFER TO ON WHAT WE OFFER YEARLY
4-H ADULT LEADERS ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP 2018
Four scholarships will be awarded annually in the following amounts: one at $1,100, one at $900, and two at $500.
Each student receiving a scholarship will be able to use monies at a college, university, or technical school of their choice.
Students must have been enrolled in 4-H for a minimum of 3 years and must be actively involved in 4-H projects and activities, and show exceptional leadership capabilities throughout their 4-H careers. Applicants must have completed and submitted an acceptable record book for the past two years.
All applicants must submit the following:
- Scholarship application
- High School transcript
- Letters of recommendation from:
- 4-H Leader
- Community or school leader
- Most recent record book
Scholarship will be announced at annual 4-H awards banquet.
Before receiving scholarship, recipient must submit proof of school registration, social security number, name and address of financial aid office/director at school they will be attending. These items must be submitted 30 days prior to when recipient needs scholarship. All scholarship monies will be mailed directly to the financial aid office and will be distributed through them. Any monies left over or refunded will remain in student’s scholarship account at school or be returned to Williamson County 4-H.
The intent of Adult Leaders is to award scholarships to the top four outstanding Williamson County 4-H members who have not only demonstrated a varied 4-H career, including project work, leadership, and community service, but have also excelled beyond their club activities. Applicants should demonstrate their 4-H leadership and project work within the community, county, district, state and national level if applicable. Applications will be judged by a team of adult leaders, none of whom can be a parent of an applicant.
Money must be claimed within 2 years of being awarded to recipient.APPLICATION DEADLINE will be beginning of April, 2018
Information will be updated in Spring, 2019.
Click Here: Scholarship Guidelines and Application 2018
17-18 Williamson County Livestock Association Scholarship
Scholarships will be awarded annually with amount varying each year. The number of scholarships awarded and the amount of each scholarship will depend on number of graduating seniors, returning college students and availability of funds.
Each student receiving a scholarship will be able to use monies at a college, university, or technical school of their choice.
Students must have been enrolled in 4-H / FFA for a minimum of 1 year and must be involved in other community service projects and non-school activities. Returning college students need to fill out what applies to them.
All applicants must submit the following:
High School/ College transcript
Letters of recommendation from:
4-H Leader/FFA Teacher/Professor
Community or school leader
Scholarship will be announced at recipients High School graduation, annual 4-H awards banquet or WCLA Meeting.
Before receiving scholarship, recipient must submit proof of school registration, social security number, name and address of financial aid office/director at school they will be attending. These items must be submitted 30 days prior to when recipient needs scholarship. All scholarship monies will be mailed directly to the financial aid office and will be distributed through them. Any monies left over or refunded will remain in student’s scholarship account at school or be returned to WCLA.
The intent of the Williamson County Livestock Association Scholarship is to provide an equal amount awarded to equally qualified applicants. Qualified is considered a good 4-H/FFA learning experience and an appropriately completed application. Unqualified applications are those that have not demonstrated 4-H/FFA learning experiences, and have not adequately completed the scholarship application. A scholarship committee consisting of at least one WCLA Board Member will judge the applications. The decision made by the committee will be final. Due to limitation of available funds, some technically qualified applicants may not receive a scholarship. Final decisions regarding scholarship recipients and the amount of each scholarship are in the sole discretion of the scholarship committee.
Money must be claimed within 2 years of being awarded to recipient.
Texas Nursery & Landscape Association Scholarship~ Due in the TNLA Office by May 1st 2018
Stock Show Scholarships 2018
When you apply for a 4-H scholarship, you are automatically entered into the application process for stock shows in Texas. Stock show scholarships are based on your placing in the overall scholarship program.
The exception is Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. You will be considered for the main Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo scholarship in your general 4-H scholarship application, but Houston has other scholarships you can apply for separately. You can only receive one scholarship from Houston so we recommend that you apply for the main 4-H scholarship as well as any others you qualify for with Houston, such as the exhibitor scholarship. See a list of all scholarships available from Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo.
Texas 4-H Collegiate 4-H Scholarship 2018
The Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation provides a limited number of collegiate scholarships to students who are currently enrolled in a Texas college or university. These scholarships are awarded to deserving former 4-H members who have continued to excel in both academics and service at the collegiate level.
See the link below for more information. DUE TO CEO BY Wednesday, JANUARY 18, 2017
The Texas Extension Education Association Scholarship 2018
This scholarship is for high school seniors who have been involved in 4-H for four years, have shown leadership and personal development, plan to get a college or vocational degree, and have not passed their 19th birthday by January 1 of the current application year. Applications are submitted to your county AgriLife Extension office. DUE TO CEO by Tuesday January 30th, 2018.
San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Association Scholarship (2017)
Deadline: Postmarked by April 1, 2017
The San Angelo Stock Show & Rodeo Association will make available renewable scholarships to qualifying high school seniors. The Scholarships may be used to attend a Texas vocational/technical school or accredited Texas college or university. Scholarship applications will be accepted without regard to socioeconomic level, race, creed, sex, color, religion or national origin.
Eligibility requirements are as follows:
1. Member of 4-H , FFA or FHA.
2. Reside in Texas.
3. Must be or have been a participant in the San Angelo Stock Show.
4. Satisfactorily complete the requirements for a high school diploma in the spring of the current year.
5. Be accepted to a Texas vocational/technical school or accredited Texas college or university.
6. Enroll for minimum of 12 hours.
7. Meet the minimum requirements for the educational institution of their choice if graduating from high school this year.
8. Applicant must have taken either the ACT or SAT to be eligible.
Scholarship Requirements– http://d2w7gersd1ix5b.cloudfront.net/files.ashx?t=fg&f=rules(7).pdf&rid=SanAngeloRodeo
FAILURE TO SUBMIT A COMPLETE APPLICATION WILL RESTRICT YOUR APPLICATION’S REVIEW BY THE SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE.
Lone Star AG Credit (2016)
2016 Scholarship Application Guidelines Lone Star Ag Credit will award six (6) graduating seniors a $2,500 scholarship in 2016.
The applicant must be graduating in May of 2016.
The application must be completed and postmarked by April 15, 2016. The application must include three (3) copies of each of the following:
Official High School Transcript
One Page Essay
Essay topic: “How has agriculture impacted your past and how will it affect your future?”
Lone Star Ag Credit reserves the right to confirm eligibility requirements. Family members of Lone Star, ACA employees and the board of directors are not eligible.
Six recipients will receive a $2,500 scholarship. The six scholarship winners will be notified in May and the scholarship will be issued to the college or university in which the student has been accepted. Students not receiving a scholarship will not be notified individually.
Please mail the application packets to:
Lone Star Ag Credit Scholarship Coordinator
1612 Summit Avenue, Suite 300
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
The application is also posted at LoneStarAgCredit.com. For more information or questions, please contact Lydia Laske at 800.530.1252 or Lydia.Laske@LoneStarAgCredit.com.
Click here for application: 2016-LSAC-Scholarship-Application-
Discover Science Method Research Poster Contest(2017)
We are excited to announce we will be awarding 6 – $1,000 scholarships to senior age division 4-H members (grades 9-12) during the 2017 Texas 4-H Roundup – Discover Science Method Research Poster Contest. This is an invitational contest which will be held on Thursday, June 9th. Intermediate age division contestants will receive award prizes per category.
1st place in each category will be eligible to receive these scholarships upon graduation from high school.Contest Categories include : · Biochemistry/Microbiology/Food Science· Environmental Science/Chemistry/Earth Sciences· Animal Science· Plant and Soil Science· Engineering/Physics· Consumer Product Testing
Complete contest details can be downloaded at http://texas4-h.tamu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016-2017-Discover-Science-Method.pdf
State Fair of Texas Scholarship (2017)
Deadline: February 15, 2017
Pete Schenkel Scholarships:
Honoring its past Chairman Pete Schenkel each year, the State Fair of Texas awards multiple $6,000 scholarships to selected applicants from the following Fair Park-area high schools: Irma Lerma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School, James Madison, Lincoln, North Dallas and Woodrow Wilson High Schools.
Youth Livestock Scholarships:
The State Fair of Texas awards $6,000 scholarships to selected applicants who have competed in specific competitive youth livestock events held at the State Fair. Scholarships are given to applicants who are graduating from a Texas high school and are enrolling in an agricultural-related or agricultural-benefiting natural science curriculum at a Texas college or university.
Applications for the 2016 State Fair of Texas Youth Scholarship Program are now available online. At link below:
Capital Farm Credit is offering this to 4H and FFA.
As part of National Ag Day and our Centennial celebration, we’re giving 100 Scholarships in 100 Days. Five of those scholarships are tied to our video contest, which is open to all 4H and FFA members. We are giving five $1,000 scholarships to the top 5, and then the top prize is an additional $2,500. The winners will also receive money for their local 4H or FFA chapter. The contest ends next week on March 15, National Ag Day.
We only have 5 videos entered at this point. If you have a child in 4H and FFA, or you know a child in 4H or FFA, have them make a brief video and enter it. We do not decide who wins. The winner is determined by votes that the student gets for their video. You must have a Facebook account to vote.
Information is below.
Director of Marketing & Communications
Capital Farm Credit – Bryan Corporate Office
3000 Briarcrest, Suite 601 | Bryan, TX 77802
The Jason Krueger Memorial
APPLICATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN APRIL 16, 2018
1. Must be an active 4-H or FFA member
2. Must be a SENIOR in High School
3. Must have exhibited a steer in Texas Steer Shows