Delaware Delaware County Farm Bureau may award up to five $1,000 college scholarships annually.Delaware County Scholarship Application
Eligibility: To be eligible to receive one of the above scholarships, one must be over 17 years of age and must be a member of a Delaware County Farm Bureau family. Membership in the Delaware County Farm Bureau must have been carried for at least two years prior to the application for such scholarship and must be of good standing at the time of presentation. She/he must also be enrolled or accepted to a vocational school or college or higher education and be a full-time student at the time the scholarship is presented. Each scholarship is a one-year scholarship, but the applicant may and is encouraged to apply each year that he/she eligible. All participants are strongly encouraged to attend a minimum of one Delaware County Farm Bureau Board meeting to understand the goals, mission and operations of Delaware County Farm Bureau. Attendance must be prior to the April 1 scholarship deadline. Monthly meetings are held on the second Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Insurance building located on State Road 67 north of Muncie. (There are no meetings in May, October and December). The applicant may attend with parents or a fellow student.
Due Date: Applications are due no later than April 1. Mail or deliver all applications to the address and person listed below by the appropriate date.
Directions: Please read the application carefully and fill out all items that pertain to you. Return completed application to Delaware County Farm Bureau, attention: Joe Russell.
If you have any questions or to submit a completed application, please contact:
3501 E 700 N
Eaton, IN 47338
State Level Scholarships:
Collegiate Farm Bureau Scholarship Application
The Collegiate Farm Bureau Scholarship was established to assist Indiana Farm Bureau collegiate members in their educational pursuits. Scholarship applications will be judged by a committee knowledgeable in the area of educational scholarships. The successful applicants must be a paid Farm Bureau member (Student memberships are available for $15 annually).
Foundation Scholarship Application
Foundation scholarships are awarded at the district level. Applicant must be over 17 years of age, must be from a family that has been a member of Indiana Farm Bureau for a period of two years prior to application.
Marion Stackhouse Memorial Scholarship Fund
The Marion Stackhouse Memorial Scholarship was established to assist Indiana Farm Bureau members in their educational pursuits in an agricultural field of study.
Indiana Farm Bureau Career Enrichment Scholarship
The Indiana Farm Bureau Career Enrichment Scholarship is to be awarded to an adult, 21 years or older, who intends on enriching their career of choice.
Purdue University Harry L. Pearson Outstanding Leader Scholarship
The Harry L. Pearson Outstanding Leader Scholarship is open to incoming Purdue University freshmen, as well as current students in the College of Agriculture.