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New Hampshire Food Industries Education Foundation Scholarships

Those eligible to apply are high school seniors, college freshman, sophomores and juniors. These students must be dependent children of full-time employees of firms that are members of NH Grocers Association (NHGA) or part-time employees of firms that are members of NHGA. The member firm which employment takes place at must be located in New Hampshire (although the student may live in another state). A parent employee must have been employed for at least one year as of January 1st of the year in which the scholarships are awarded. Part-time employees must have been employed for at least six months as of January 1st of the year in which the scholarships are awarded. Parent/employees and part-time employees must still be employed by a NHGA member firm when the scholarship winners are announced.


Applications/paperwork must be postmarked by April 1st. Paper applications will be available by December 1st at the NHGA offices at 110 Stark St., Manchester, NH 03101. Request for an application can be mailed or emailed.

The scholarship are one-time, non-renewable scholarships of $1,000. They are merit based on high school records, ACT and/or SAT scores, college transcripts if applicable, and extracurricular activities. Students can apply for as many years consecutively that they are eligible.

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