Montana Farm Bureau awards $7000 in scholarships
BOZEMAN, Montana -- The Montana Farm Bureau Foundation and the MFB Women’s Leadership Committee have awarded $7000 in scholarship money for the 2022-2023 school year to deserving students. The Montana Farm Bureau congratulates all of the students who received scholarships for their hard work and commitment to higher education.
Women’s Leadership Committee Scholarship
The MFB Women’s Leadership Committee awarded two $1500 scholarships; one to Asa Gray Jassen of Belt and one to Colton Noyes of Toston. Jassen plans to attend Gonzaga University, majoring in biology/pre-med. Noyes will attend Montana State University, Bozeman, majoring in crop science.
Bernard Greufe Honor Scholarship
Knute Hereim of White Sulphur Springs was awarded the 2022 $1500 Bernard Greufe Honor Scholarship. The purpose of this scholarship is to assist Montana Farm Bureau members and children of members with higher education. Hereim will be a freshman at MSU in Fall 2022 majoring in agricultural business management.
Collegiate Young Farmer & Rancher/Future of Ag Honor Scholarship
Andee Baker of Park City was the recipient of the 2022 $1000 Collegiate YF&R Scholarship and the $1500 Future of Ag Honor Scholarship. Baker is attending Montana State University to work towards a Master's of Public Health which will prepare her for a career in creating resources and training therapists to work with agricultural communities. The Future of Agriculture Honor Scholarship is administered by the Montana Farm Bureau Foundation and made available through generous donations from Seed Source, Inc. of Toston.
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