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2020 Scholarship Winners

Congratulations! Brianna Haynes from North Carolina State University is the 2020 FEAE $3,000 scholarship winner.  Two students were awarded a $1,500 FEAE Scholarship:  David Jon Foerster from the University of Wisconsin and Sarah Miller from Delaware Valley University.

Applications Are Being Accepted for the 2021 Scholarships

Members and friends of the NAICC, please consider young friends and acquaintances that might meet the qualifications, and bring these scholarships to their or their parents attention!

Undergraduate Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIPS:  NAICC’s Foundation for Environmental Agriculture Education (FEAE) will provide three Undergraduate Scholarships to be awarded to deserving Undergraduate students in agriculture.

  • RICHARD JENSEN SCHOLARSHIP: $3,000
    • A $3,000 scholarship known as the Richard Jensen Scholarship.  It commemorates one of the early members of the National Alliance of Independent Crop Consultants.
  • BELCHIM CROP PROTECTION SCHOLARSHIP: $1,500 each
    • Two $1,500 scholarships known as the Belchim Crop Protection scholarship. These two scholarships have been generously donated by Belchim Crop Protection to further help support the agriculture industry.

CRITERIA: Please review the following Undergraduate Scholarship criteria before submitting the application:

  1. A full-time student pursuing a four-year degree in a major or discipline closely aligned to crop production, such as Soil Science, Agronomy, Entomology, Horticulture, Plant Pathology, Weed Science, or Crop Science.
  2. Completed a minimum of one year toward a four-year degree.
  3. Submit to the Review Board the following:
    1. Application
    2. Current Transcript with proof of enrollment
    3. Résumé with Work History included
  4. Two letters of reference attached or mailed separately.

APPLICATION: Submit only one Undergraduate Application form to be eligible for each of the Undergraduate Scholarships. Each scholarship will be awarded based on merit. The check will be awarded upon presentation of verified registration. Application deadline is December 1.

 

Graduate Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIPS: Two Graduate Scholarships will be awarded to Graduate students in agriculture:

  • EDWARD H. LLOYD MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP: $3,000
    • Edward H. Lloyd Memorial Graduate Scholarship has been funded for $3,000 in remembrance of Edward H. Lloyd who was a founding member of the NAICC.
  • WILBUR ELLIS SCHOLARSHIP: $2,000
    • Wilbur Ellis Graduate Scholarship sponsored for $2,000 by Wilbur Ellis to help support the agriculture industry.

CRITERIA: Please review the following Graduate Scholarship criteria before submitting the application:

  1. A full-time student pursuing a graduate degree in a major or discipline closely aligned to crop production, such as Soil Science, Agronomy, Entomology, Horticulture, Plant Pathology, Weed Science, or Crop Science.
  2. Completed an undergraduate degree.
  3. Submit to the Review Board the following:
    1. Application
    2. Transcript
    3. Résumé with Work History included
  4. Letter of reference from your major professor or other faculty advisor, and one additional letter of reference.

APPLICATION: Submit only one Graduate Application form to be eligible for each of the Graduate Scholarships. Each scholarship will be awarded based on merit. The check will be awarded upon presentation of verified registration. Application deadline is December 1.