The AISES Advancing Agricultural Science Opportunities for Native Americans (AASONA) is for students interested in or pursuing agriculture related STEM degrees, with an eventual career in agriculture and/or ranching.
The Alice Flaten Olsen and Ethel C. Flaten Memorial Scholarship is available to incoming freshmen students majoring in on the following programs:
Apparel, Retail Merchandising and Design; Interior Design; Hospitality and Tourism Management; Human Development and Family Science; Dietetics; Exercise Science; Sports and...
This scholarship is for a senior culinary student who has completed a minimum of 2 years in culinary. This is for any student who plans to attend a university or college, trade school, or culinary institute.
The Beverly Kurtz Slotten Scholarship is available to incoming freshmen from North Dakota who plan to major in either Apparel, Retail Merchandising and Design; Interior Design; Hospitality and Tourism Management; Human Development and Family Science; Dietetics; or Family and Consumer Sciences Education.
Scholarship recipients will be awarded a sum of 1,000 to be applied toward their college tuition in a Food and Nutrition-related program for the 2020-2021 school year. One winner from each county will be named and awarded, if applicable.
This scholarship is for a Sophomore, Junior, Senior or Graduate Student at a college or university located in Iowa or at Kansas State University majoring in animal science, food science, life sciences or an agriculture field.
This scholarship is to support residents in residents living in the area served by the **Greenville school system, which includes, but is not limited to Greenville, Beaver Cover, Shirley, Harford's Point Township, Lily Bay Township, Rockwood Township.
This scholarship is for full time Sophomore or Junior student in Food Science/ Human Nutrition/ Food Studies attending a Maine college or university OR full time First or Second Year student in a Maine Dietetic Technician Program OR full time First of Second Year student in a Maine Culinary Arts Program.
Oregon Dairy Women (ODW) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization with the main objective to promote the dairy industry. The ODW mission is to promote greater use of all dairy products through outreach and educational programs.
This scholarship is for students at one of the nineteen 1890 Historically Black Land-Grant Universities and studying agriculture, food, natural resource sciences, or other related academic disciplines.
This scholarship was established to assist students of limited means to attain associates, bachelors, and graduate level degrees in viticulture and enology. The number of Foundation Fund Scholarship awards is determined annually and range from $2,000 to $10,000.