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 & reviewed April 19 by the Scholarship Committee.
Kansas Seed Industry Association wants to help out future farmers. If you are a student looking to attend a college in Kansas AND are pursuing a degree in Agriculture, 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, 2013. Winners will be announced by May 1, 2013, 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.