DCA College Scholarship Program

$2,000

April 09, 2022

Awards Available: See Description

  • Scholarship Description
  • Delmarva Chicken Association offers scholarships to students pursuing careers in the chicken community. Undergraduate scholarships of $2,000 are available to residents of the Delmarva Peninsula who are undergraduate students at any accredited, degree-granting institution, with an academic major in a subject relevant to Delmarva's chicken community and who are pursuing a career path leading to employment in any segment of Delmarva's chicken community. The program also is open to high school seniors on the Delmarva Peninsula who have been accepted at any accredited, degree-granting institution and who are pursuing a career path leading to employment in any segment of Delmarva's chicken community. The applicant must be a student in good standing at an accredited institution within the United States, or in the case of graduating high school seniors, accepted to an accredited institution within the United States. A complete transcript must accompany the application, and in the case of high school seniors, proof of college acceptance is required. Applicants must secure a letter of reference from an academic advisor or faculty member. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 16686 County Seat Hwy.
  • Georgetown, DE 19947-4881
  • dca@dcachicken.com
  • 302-856-9037
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