Farm Bureau Scholarships
2017-2018 Oregon Farm Bureau Memorial Scholarship
o Be attending a school with an Agricultural-related program and be enrolled in that program
o Be majoring in a field of Agriculture and/or Forestry and preparing to continue his/her education through a community college, or a four-year college or university.
o OR be a child or grandchild of a current voting member of Oregon Farm Bureau (regardless of major) and demonstrate in #18 how their chosen field of study will impact Oregon Agriculture.
Deadline is March 15.
2017-2018 Oregon Farm Bureau Associate Member Scholarship, funded by COUNTRY Financial
o Associate membership must be current and at least 6 months old. Student or students’ parents must insured by COUNTRY Financial.
Deadline is March 15.
Benton County Farm Bureau Scholarship
Benton County Farm Bureau offers a $500 scholarship for students form a Benton County Farm Bureau member family.
The deadline is March 31.
Clackamas County Farm Bureau Scholarships
Clackamas County Farm Bureau announces its scholarship program, which is available to any Clackamas County high school graduate, current county resident, or prior recipient pursuing a career in agriculture or a related field at a two- or four-year institution of higher learning.
Scholarships will be awarded between $500 and $3,000 per recipient. A total of $15,000 in scholarships will be awarded in 2017.
The deadline is March 15.
Coos-Curry County Farm Bureau Scholarships
Coos-Curry Farm Bureau offers two $1,000 scholarships to deserving students.
The deadline is April 1.
Request an application from Marilou Weibe, 541.572.2948
Deschutes County Farm Bureau Scholarships
Deschutes County Farm Bureau is proud to offer a college scholarship program to its member families.
Students from current Voting and Supporting Farm Bureau member families in Deschutes County are encouraged to apply.
DCFB will award three $1,000 scholarships for graduating high school seniors planning to attend a college or university. One award will be given in each of the three school districts in Deschutes County: Bend-Lapine, Redmond, and Sisters.
Also offered are two $1,500 scholarships for students who have already completed some college study and are returning to continue his or her education.
The deadline is April 30.
Linn County Farm Bureau Scholarship
The scholarship may be up to $1,000 on a yearly academic basis to Linn County high school graduates, returning students, transfer students, and to prior recipients.
The deadline is May 1.
Marion County Farm Bureau Scholarships
> Scott Miller Memorial Scholarship: One scholarship will be awarded for $1000 and one scholarship will be awarded for $500. Deadline May 1.
> Mary Petzel Memorial Scholarship: Two scholarships will be awarded, each for $1000. Deadline June 1.
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Polk County Farm Bureau Scholarships
Polk County Farm Bureau offers four $1,000 scholarships for students.
The deadline is May 1.
Umatilla-Morrow County Farm Bureau Scholarship
Umatilla-Morrow County Farm Bureau will award up to $3,000 in scholarships to high school seniors in Umatilla and Morrow Counties who will be attending any school of higher education, including trade school, a university, or a community college.
Priority consideration will be given to those with an agricultural background, FFA experience, or an intended major in an agriculture-related field.
Applications are available from high school counselors in Umatilla and Morrow County schools.
Applications are due by April 15, 2017.
Successful applications will be selected based on accomplishments and need. It is not necessary to come from a Farm Bureau member family, nor is a high GPA a requirement. Emphasis will be placed on ability, personal goals, school and community involvement, and citizenship.
Students will be selected by a scholarship committee of UMCFB board members.
For more information, contact Julia Spratling at 541.457.6045.
Washington County Farm Bureau
Washington County Farm Bureau offers scholarships to graduating high school seniors who have a career interest in agriculture, vocational trades (welding, diesel mechanics), health care, and education.
Washington County also has scholarships for students who are enrolled at an Oregon school of higher learning and are pursuing agriculture-related and veterinary degrees.
Applications are due April 4, 2017.
For more information and application forms, call Marie Finegan (503) 648-9442.