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4-H scholarships application still open

4-H scholarships application still open

Via contributions from various alliances, 33 scholarships are available to Canadian 4-H members.

By Andrew Joseph,

There’s still time!

Until May 31, 2022, there are 33 educational scholarships for grabs for 4-H Canada members.

The scholarship opportunity application process opened on March 1, ending May 31, 2022.

Scholarships are courtesy of four companies: CN, TD, John Deere Canada, and the Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers.

4 scholarships: 4-H Canada Leadership Excellence Awards of Distinction (L.E.A.D.)
L.E.A.D. honours the accomplishments of four special 4-H senior youth members and showcases the outstanding accomplishments of 4-H members across Canada in leadership excellence. The scholarships have an overall value of $20,000 each over four years and are offered via CN.

The scholarship opportunities are available to 4-H members who have demonstrated personal values, leadership, and community involvement within one of 4-H’s Leadership Development Pillars.

Apply here:

15 scholarships: John Deere Canada 4-H Scholarships
John Deere Canada is supporting 15 total scholarships, each valued at $1,000 each to support 4-H members across Canada.

Opportunities such as this help support 4-H members who will pursue post-secondary education at a Canadian college or university in a degree, certificate, or trade-based program.

Apply here:

12 scholarships: TD 4-H Agriculture Scholarships
The TD bank is providing 12 scholarships worth $2,500 each, are available to 4-H members who are pursuing post-secondary education in agriculture, ag-science or agri-business at a Canadian university or college in September 2022.

Apply here:

2 scholarships: Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers 4-H Scholarships
The Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers is offering two scholarships of $1,000 apiece for 4-H members planning to attend a Canadian university or college in September 2022 in an agriculture-based program, ideally with a focus on sheep-related studies.

Apply here:

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