California Wine Grape Growers Foundation

The California Wine Grape Growers Foundation awards education scholarships to high school seniors whose parents or legal guardians are vineyard employees of California winegrape growers.


At least two four-year ($2,000 per year for four years) and at least four two-year ($1,000 per year for two years) scholarships are awarded annually. Recipients may study the subject of their choice at any campus of the University of California, California State University or California Community College system. Required items include an essay, SAT/ACT scores, letter of recommendation, parent/guardian employment verification and official transcript. Please visit our website to download an application for more information or call us at 800-241-1800.

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