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Certified Angus Beef Colvin Scholarship Fund

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January 15, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Available only to students who have enough credit hours to be classified as a junior or senior at the beginning of the year spring semester or quarter at a 4-year institution. Also open to Graduate students in any year of a recognized, full-time masters or doctorate program, who are conducting applied or basic research, are eligible to apply. Applicants must demonstrate commitment to the beef industry through pursuit of a meat science, food science, animal science, marketing, economics, business, communications, journalism, or other degree related to the beef industry through activities and curriculum. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 206 Riffel Road
  • Wooster , OH 44691
  • thoyle@certifiedangusbeef.com
  • 800-225-2333 x411

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jayson m  on 5/19/2020 11:22:45 AM

I applied for this scholarship to assist in fishing my college goals. My desire is to work as a distribution manger for HEB, which assists the beef industry through distribution. With the onset of COVID-19 i am aware that the meat industry is hurting, and that the producers of this chain need the maximum amount of help possible. Through my hopeful career it is my desire to hopefully assist with that help.

Lora S  on 5/18/2020 6:29:17 AM

I’m a single mom of three college boys. It’s time for me to go back to school and finish MY degree.

Karina G  on 11/28/2018 2:45:17 PM

I applied for this scholarshipto be able to go to college, I am a firt student to attend to college from my family. I want to help others in the future

Karina G  on 11/28/2018 2:44:48 PM

I applied for this scholarshipto be able to go to college, I am a firt student to attend to college from my family. I want to help others in the future

12/4/2017 12:22:09 AM

I applied because I. need. it for schools loans getting. higher. and higher. I could really use the help

NASASIRA K  on 12/30/2016 11:14:34 AM

Yes because i want to be specialist in animal breeding in my country

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