NILE scholarships are now available for 2015-2016 academic year
The NILE Scholarship program, funded by the NILE Foundation, is now accepting applications for scholarships for the 2015-2016 academic year. Since 1990, the NILE has awarded scholarships to deserving FFA and 4-H students who have been actively involved in their respective programs and communities, excelled in the classroom, and participated in NILE events. “Again this year the NILE Foundation will offer the Joe Fouts Memorial 4-H and FFA Scholarships. This scholarship will be awarded to 2015 graduates; one 4-H member and one FFA member. All of us at the NILE are thrilled to continue the mission of the organization by assisting in the education of our youth,” says Jennifer Noble, general manager of the NILE. “Fouts was a member of 4-H for 10 years and remained a strong supporter of 4-H and FFA throughout his life. These scholarships will continue his legacy of support for these organizations.”
Similar to previous years, the NILE Scholarship Committee will be awarding three levels of scholarships. The first level will be the one-time scholarship awarded to high school seniors, similar to what the NILE has always done. The second level of scholarships offered will also be a one-time grant, for students already enrolled in college or a vo-tech school. Finally, the third level, which will offer the greatest scholarship amount, will be a rolling scholarship. The rolling scholarships will be offered to a select group of high school seniors who will have the opportunity to renew the scholarship yearly, up to four years of their secondary education. Recipients of rolling scholarships will be chosen from the pool of applicants that are current seniors in high school.
Each year the NILE touches the lives of nearly 10,000 youth through its many programs, events, live animal scholarships, and college scholarships. Every year the NILE provides over $55,000 in cash and live animal scholarships.
The NILE Foundation was established in 2009 as a supporting arm of the NILE organization, which is dedicated to the promotion of livestock, agriculture education, and respect for the western culture.
Scholarship applications and guidelines can be found on the NILE’s website, or by contacting the NILE Office. Applications must be into the NILE Office by March 13, 2015. Applications incomplete or late will not be considered. Scholarships will be awarded and announced in mid-April.
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