Scholarships for 2012
Indiana 4-H Accomplishments Scholarship
4-H Club Scholarship
4-H Foundation Scholarship
Was due January 16, 2012
*Scholarships & Awards are not based on financial need or academic achievement
Click here for more information Was due January 16, 2012
Now is a good time to begin working on college and trip scholarships. Usually there’s more flexible time during the holidays, so why not begin work on a scholarship? The following scholarships are available at the Extension Office:
4-H Foundation Scholarship – (Normally $250)
Open to seniors in any field of study at any post-secondary institution.
Accomplishment Scholarship (Resume) – (Minimum $500)
Open to sophomores through first year after 4-H career in any field of study at a post-secondary institution.
4-H Plant Science Achievement Scholarship – (Usually $250)
Open to sophomores through first year after 4-H career involved in plant science projects in any field of study at a post-secondary institution.
National 4-H Conference Trip:
To National 4-H Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland (near Washington D.C.) for sophomores through final year in 4-H.
National Youth Congress Trip:
Date to be announced. Applications are resume winners from Grade 9-12.
State 4-H Club Scholarships – (Usually $250):
Open to seniors planning to study Agriculture or Consumer & Family Sciences at Purdue.
Also for those interested in the fields of Agriculture or Health and Human Sciences, applications are available at the Extension Office, online at www.purdue.edu/GoinAg, or through your school counselor’s office or agriculture teacher for the following scholarships:
· McVay Scholarship - $1000
· Maura Williamson - $3000
· Agriculture Award of Excellence – $1500
· Wien Kiebler Scholarship - $500
If you are already out of 4-H and in your Junior or Senior year of college, there’s an Amick 4-H Loan Fund up to $2500. You must have participated in 4-H for two years with a minimum grade point average of 2.5. Contact the Indiana 4-H Foundation for more information.