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The Kansas Seed Industry Association wants to help out future Ag professionals. Are you a student looking to attend a college in Kansas? Are you pursuing a degree in Agronomy, Ag Education, Ag Econ/Business, Ag Communications, Grain/Milling Science, Ag Technology, Ag Farm Management, or Horticulture? If you answered “Yes!” and “Yes!”  then you are eligible to get a scholarship from KSIA. Two lucky winners will be chosen: just fill out the KSIA scholarship application.

Both high school seniors and current college students may apply.

Applications are due in the KSIA office by 5 p.m. April 10, 2014. Winners will be announced by May 1, 2014, so that they may be recognized at spring awards ceremonies and graduations. When possible, a representative from KSIA will be present to make the award. The scholarship recipients will be invited to the KSIA Summer Seed Seminar to be introduced to the KSIA membership.

So download your application today!

Hilton Garden InnWe want to see YOU at the 2014 Kansas Seed & Crops Conference! This year’s conference will once again be held at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Manhattan, and is taking place on February 19 & 20. Catch up with old friends, make new business connections, and make sure your voice is heard at one of the annual business meetings.  For more information, including the program, registration, and hotel reservations, follow this link!

Congratulations to our 2013 Scholarship Winners

April 22, 2013

The winners of the two $1,000 scholarships are: Ryan May, Oberlin KS and Jessica Woofter, Chapman KS. In the event that the winners would not be able to enroll in college this fall, the alternates are: Holly Laughlin, Haven KS and Austin Ebert, Clay Center KS. A total of 88 scholarship applications were received & […]

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KSIA Scholarship Winners for 2012

April 24, 2012

We’d like to congratulate our scholarship winners for 2012: Holly Laughlin of Haven Kansas and Skyler Glenn of Scott City Kansas. Good luck in your studies!

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