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Dairy Max Scholarships

" Dairy MAX, Inc., the local checkoff promotion organization funded by dairy farmers, offers five $1,000 academic scholarships for students entering the field of agriculture, culinary arts, education or science (a maximum of $2,500 may be awarded based on quality of application).
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Dairy MAX, Inc., the local checkoff promotion organization funded by dairy farmers, offers five $1,000 academic scholarships for students entering the field of agriculture, culinary arts, education or science (a maximum of $2,500 may be awarded based on quality of application).

Eligible applicants must reside in the geographic territory served by Dairy MAX (Texas, New Mexico, western Oklahoma and southwestern Kansas). Family members and those who reside in the same household as Dairy MAX employees are not eligible to apply.

Applicant eligibility requirements:

1.   a.) Achieve Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador status  
b.) Assist a Program Advisor at one school in achieving Touchdown status (Six Step completion) for
school year 2016-17
c.) Plans to enter the field of agriculture, culinary arts, education or science
d.) A graduating high school senior

 Deadline for submitting application is Friday, March 31, 2017. 

Scholarship funds may be used for tuition, books, or on-campus housing at a higher-education institution. Scholarship checks will be made out to college or institution.

 The following documents must be submitted:

  1. Application form.
  2. A letter of recommendation from teacher or school administrator.
  3. A copy of high school transcript.

Recipients of the Dairy MAX scholarship will be notified of their awards by May 1, 2017.

Scholarship questions can be emailed to stojanikh@dairymax.org


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