4-H Foundation Scholarship – (Normally $250) – Open to seniors in any field of study at any post-secondary institution.
Accomplishment Scholarship (Resume’) – (Minimum $500) – Open to sophomores through first year after 4-H career in any field of study at a post-secondary institution.
4-H Plant Science Achievement Scholarship – (Usually $250) – Open to sophomores through first year after 4-H career involved in plant science projects in any field of study at a post-secondary institution.
National 4-H Conference Trip – To National 4-H Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland (near Washington, D.C.) for sophomores through final year in 4-H.
National Youth Congress Trip – Dates and destination to be announced. Applications are resume’ winners from grades 9-12.
State 4-H Club Scholarships – (Usually $250) – Open to seniors planning to study Agriculture or Health and Human Sciences at Purdue.
Also for those interested in fields of Agriculture or Health and Human Sciences, applications are available at the Extension Office, online at www.purdue.edu/GoinAg, or through your school counselor’s office or agriculture teacher for the following scholarships:
McVay Scholarship – $1000.
Maura Williamson – $3000.
Agriculture Award of Excellence – $1,500.
Wien Kiebler Scholarship – $500.
If you are already out of 4-H and in your junior or senior year of college, there’s an Amick 4-H Loan Fund up to $2,500. You must have participated in 4-H for two years with a minimum grade point average of 2.5. Contact the Indiana 4-H Foundation for more information.