Scholarships of county 'Adams' within Ohio
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Women’s Leadership in Agriculture Scholarship Program
Applicant Qualifications:1. Applicant must be a resident of Ohio.2. Applicant must be enrolled in one of the following courses of study:· An accredited high school program, with personal plans to pursue a degree as a full time student in an accredited two-year technical school or four–year college or university program.· A course of study leading to completion in an accredited GED program, with personal plans to pursue a degree as a full timestudent in an accredited two-year technical school or four–year college or university program.· An accredited two-year technical school.· An accredited four-year college or university program.· An accredited graduate program.3. Scholarship monies will be paid directly to the applicant after submission of their respective transcript detailing their grades for the first quarter or semester for the next academic year. Transcript must show that the Applicant/Scholarship Recipient maintains a 2.5 GPA in their chosen course of study.4. Applicant /Scholarship Recipient may reapply annually.5. Other Considerations:· The Applicant does not need to be a member of the Ohio Farm Bureau, their respective county Farm Bureau and/or member of any club or organization directly related to vocational agriculture.· While the Applicant does not need to be pursuing a degree directly connected to a school and/or college of agriculture, he/she must explain how a particular aspect of the field of agriculture (food production, scientific research, education/outreach, technical support, food processing, product distribution, marketing, policy making, advocacy and/or any other personal career/leadership development opportunity pursued by the applicant) impacts theircareer plans.