NDSF offering 8 scholarships this year
The North Dakota Stockmen’s Foundation (NDSF) is offering seven $500 scholarships and one $750 scholarship in 2016.
Seven $500 scholarships, described below, will be awarded.
NDSF Legacy Scholarships are available to high-school seniors, college freshmen, college sophomores, or college juniors who have an interest in the beef cattle industry and are or will be studying any major at any college or university.
NDSF Junior Scholarships are available to college sophomores who, among other criteria, are enrolled in a beef-related major at an accredited North Dakota college or university.
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The NDSF Endowment Scholarship is available to high-school seniors, college freshmen, college sophomores, or college juniors who are or will be studying a beef-related major at any accredited North Dakota college or university.
The Tokach Angus Ranch Memorial Scholarship is available to students who are or who will be studying an agriculturally related career at any accredited college or university. Preference will be given to students who have completed their bachelor’s degree and who are pursuing a graduate education or professional school (i.e. veterinary or law school).
The NDSF will award one $750 scholarship.
The Jack and Vander Reich Memorial Endowment Scholarship is available to a high-school senior who is planning to major in an agriculturally related field at any accredited college or university.
Interested students may apply for more than one scholarship if applicable, but separate applications must be submitted. Scholarship recipients will be announced at the Foundation Luncheon during the North Dakota Stockmen’s Association’s 87th Annual Convention & Trade Show Sept. 24, 2016, in Minot, N.D. The application deadline for each is March 1.
Students can find more information and applications for each scholarship here.
–ND Stockman’s Association
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