University of California 4-H Youth Development Program
University of California 4-H Youth Development Program
University of California 4-H Youth Development Program
University of California
University of California 4-H Youth Development Program

Other Scholarships

Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America scholarship

The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America’s Scholarship Program is established to recognize young people that are actively involved in the sport of dogs, with emphasis on Pembroke Welsh Corgis. Our goal is to support and reward those worthy individuals that have a dedication to the breed at a number of levels, demonstrated good sportsmanship and have educational aspirations.

The PWCCA will award up to $2,000 to one or more qualified students currently enrolled or who plan to be enrolled in an institute of higher education. This includes high school seniors, high school graduates, and those already enrolled in higher education. This scholarship is open to all U.S citizens. Applicants are not required to be a member of the PWCCA or a Pembroke Welsh Corgi regional club.

PWCCA Scholarship Applications are available year round from the committee chair. Any application postmarked after June 1st will not be eligible for consideration.

For more information, please see http://pwcca.org/events/pwcca-scholarship/

 

 

UC ANR Scholarships

Three scholarships are being offered by the University of California's Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UCANR) to college students majoring in agriculture.

For more information about the scholarships and nomination and application processes, visit https://ucanr.edu/sites/ucanr/Development_services/Awards_and_scholarships/ 

 

KNOWLES A. RYERSON AWARD IN AGRICULTURE

Amount:  $2500 – two awarded each year, one each at Berkeley and Davis

The Knowles A. Ryerson Award in Agriculture is awarded annually to a foreign undergraduate student in a college of agriculture at UC Berkeley and UC Davis, in any curriculum, preferably after completion of the junior year. Students must be nominated by UC faculty or academic advisors. The $2,500 award is made on the basis of high scholarship, outstanding character and promise of leadership. One recipient will be selected from the Berkeley campus and one from the Davis campus.

HOWARD WALTON CLARK PRIZE IN PLANT BREEDING AND SOIL BUILDING

Amount:  $5,000 – one awarded each year

The Howard Walton Clark Prize in Plant Breeding and Soil Building is given to a senior student in a college of agriculture at UC Berkeley, UC Davis or UC Riverside who seems to show the greatest promise. Students must be nominated by UC faculty or academic advisors. Selection for the $5,000 scholarship is based on high scholastic achievement, talent for independent research and other characteristics, with particular reference to either plant breeding (leading to new/improved crops and new/improved varieties using appropriate tools) or soil building (leading to improving soil quality related to soil productivity and sustainability as a resource).

BILL AND JANE FISCHER VEGETATION MANAGEMENT SCHOLARSHIP

Amount: $1,000 – one awarded each year

The $1,000 Bill and Jane Fischer Vegetation Management Scholarship will be given to promising students with demonstrated interest in vegetation management (weed control) careers. Students from any accredited California university are eligible, with preference given to graduate students. The recipient will have an academic major and emphasis in one of the following areas (listed in order of preference): 

  • Vegetation management in agricultural crop production;
  • Plant science with emphasis on vegetation management in horticultural crops, agronomic or vegetable crops;
  • Soils and plant nutrition with emphasis on field, vegetable crop relationships;
  • Agricultural engineering with emphasis on developing tools for vegetation management;
  • Agricultural botany with emphasis on weed biology and weed ecology;
  • Plant pathology with emphasis on integrated vegetation management;
  • Plant protection and pest management with emphasis on field, vegetable, or horticultural crop relationships; or
  • Agricultural economics with emphasis on vegetation management in field, vegetable or horticultural crops.

 

American Pageants Inc. Scholarship

Have you been looking for a pageant that is inclusive to all? Your search is over! With a comprehensive and unique judging criteria, our pageant recognizes ladies ages 7 and up for their achievements and whole hearts.
 
We are thrilled to invite you to apply to represent your state or region. Titleholders will have the experience of making friends from across the country, making lifetime memories and learning valuable skills in public speaking and interview. Apply for free today to begin the journey of a lifetime!
 
For more information and to apply, visit americanpageants.org

 

Dellavalle Soil Science Scholarship

The purpose of the Dellavalle Scholarship is to encourage high school students to pursue careers in soil science. A $5,000 scholarship will be awarded to a California high school senior who plans to pursue a degree in a soil-science related field. Selection will be based on leadership qualities and future plans for a soil science related career. Learn more in our informational flyer. The successful recipient will also have the option to be considered for an internship or part-time employment with Dellavalle Laboratory while an undergraduate. The scholarship is supported by the Nat and Ann Dellavalle Scholarship Fund through the Agronomic Science Foundation and administered by the Soil Science Society of America.

For more information about the scholarship, visit https://www.soils.org/awards/view/213

 

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Let us know at ca4h@ucanr.edu

 

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