4-H Achievement Awards

Don’t forget to apply for 4-H trips, scholarships, and more by completing achievement awards.

All youth ages 14 and up should consider applying for consideration for the Ohio 4-H Achievement Award winners.  Youth in grades 7-9 would be eligible for Leadership Washington Focus.  High school age youth are eligible for Citizenship Washington Focus.  The same application is used for the achievement award consideration and scholarships.

Applications are due Feb. 1 at the latest.

For a description of trips, please click here. 

For the trip and scholarship application, please click here.  You will be able to open this in a word document.

 

4-H Trip and Scholarship Application

Are you interested in applying for a 4-H trip?  There are several opportunities including Leadership Washington Focus, Citizenship Washington Focus, Leadership Camp, or Ohio Forestry Camp.  There are also state opportunities including State Jr. Fair Board, and OTA Local Government Award to name a few.

The same application is used for county scholarships.

Trip and scholarship applications are due to our office by February 1.  

The link for the trip application is the Ohio 4-H Achievement Record.  Click here

The cover page for scholarships is posted here.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Scholarship Application Available

Greene County Farm Bureau will award up to two $1500 scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year. The scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Greene County Farm Bureau 2018 Annual Meeting to be held in August.

Greene County Farm Bureau will select recipients from the applications that meet the mandatory criteria. A scholarship selection committee, appointed by the Greene County Farm Bureau board of trustees, will evaluate the scholarship applications and present their recommendations for the awards to the board for approval. From the applications, the committee will evaluate each candidate’s academic performance, agricultural involvement and activities.

Applicant must be an active member of Greene County Farm Bureau when applying for the scholarship, or have a parent, grandparent or guardian who is a Greene County Farm Bureau member.

Applications must be submitted on or before April 15, 2018.

Click here to complete the 2018 Scholarship application.

Click here for the complete guidelines of the application.

Click here for the Letter of Recommendations application.

Scholarship Available

 

The Beta Chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity is offering two $1,000 Better Men Scholarships to outstanding freshman males entering the Ohio State University, Columbus campus next year.  Our aim is to recognize and reward men who excel in leadership, extracurricular activity, and scholastic achievement, and share a common interest in agriculture.  If one or more of your students share these common interests in agriculture, including one or more of the following sectors: professional agriculture, being from a family farm, having participated in 4-H or FFA, or being merely interested in the vast food and fiber industries, we encourage them to apply for the “Better Men Scholarships.”

 

To qualify, applicants must be attending the Ohio State University, Columbus in the fall of 2018 and complete and return the enclosed application, along with a copy of their official high school transcript by April 9, 2018 (Postmark date) to:    

 https://greene.osu.edu/sites/greene/files/imce/Program_Pages/4H/Livestock/Better_Men_Scholarship_Application%202018.pdf

Kurt Middleton

Better Men Scholarship Chairman

1979 Iuka Avenue

Columbus, Ohio 43201 

Questions concerning the Better Men Scholarship should be directed to Better Men Scholarship Chairman Kurt Middleton at (937) 604-5772 or email middleton.169@osu.edu.

 

Students applying for the better Men Scholarship are in no way obligated to join Alpha Gamma Rho to be eligible for the scholarships.  Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

 

Master Gardener Scholarship Application Now Available!

The Master Gardener Scholarship is posted!  The Master Gardener Volunteer program awards a $1,000 non-renewable scholarship to graduating students or college freshman.  The graduating students must be pursuing a higher education degree at a 2 or 4-year school.

Students must be majoring in a field related to horticulture, turf management, landscape design or technology, soil science, entomology, pest management, botany-plant pathology, forest management, or environmental sciences.

Applications due March 16, 2018.

Please click here for the application.