Applicants must be enrolled in either an accredited full four-year college or an accredited two-year technical institute. Both graduate and undergraduate students are eligible. Applicants must be from Ashtabula County.
Two $1,000 Western Reserve Farm Cooperative Scholarship shall be awarded to an Ashtabula County student enrolled in either a four-year college or an accredited two-year technical institute. The family must derive a portion of their income from farming.Submission materials:-Completed application form-High school and college transcript(s). College students are reminded that both high school and college transcripts are required-Two letters of recommendation submitted by the deadline-One photo (head & shoulder) of the candidate to be used for publicity purposes only. Can be a digital picture on a CD or flash driveFor more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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