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AFA Leaders Conference
AFA Leaders Conference is a four-track program designed to offer college men and women four different personal and professional development opportunities matched to their year in college. The program bridges the gap between academic, leadership and work experiences while helping students understand the impact of their decisions. Students are given the opportunity to network with peers and leaders in the agriculture industry as well as increase their excitement about the future of agriculture by creating awareness about career opportunities in food and agriculture. Review last years schedule to learn more about each tracks day.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications
AFA Leaders Conference Applications Due
The AFA Leaders Conference will be held November 2-5, at the Crown Center in Kansas City, Missouri. This four day Conference connects college students studying food and agriculture to key leader development opportunities, connections with industry leaders and potential internship and career opportunities.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2017-2018
AFA Policy Institute
Each March, Agriculture Future of America hosts 40 outstanding college men and women in Washington, D.C., for the AFA Policy Institute. This program connects students to their legislative representatives and the policy process. Applications are due November 30 and selected students will be in Washington, D.C. March 13-16, 2016.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
AFA Policy Institute, Food Science Institute, & Technology
Students interested in attending the AFA Policy Institute must apply and be selected for industry sponsorship. Sponsorship includes program registration and materials, lodging, transportation between meeting locations and meals throughout the Institute. Travel to the Institute, including parking and ground transportation is not included. To be eligible, students must have previously attended AFA Leaders Conference.
Located in Events / 2016-2017
AG 1011 SAM Application
AG 1011 SAMs assist with the freshmen orientation course by serving as mentors and group discussion facilitators. Applications are due online by 5 p.m. on January 23, 2019.
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications
Agribusiness in Brazil
The course Agribusiness in Brazilian is an opportunity for students from all over the world to attend a 3-week certificate program, an immersion in the Brazilian agribusiness context. Students are supported by an extensive scholarship program, covering 70% of the expenses of the chosen course
Located in Applications Corner / Student Applications / 2015-2016
Annie's Sustainable Ag Scholarship
All across the country, budding sustainable food leaders who share our mission to protect people and the planet are dreaming up amazing, impactful research projects. That’s why each year we award scholarships to them through our Sustainable Agriculture Scholarship program. We give a total of $150,000 annually to undergraduate and graduate students studying at an accredited US college or university. Please visit our website to learn more and download our application.
Located in Applications Corner / Scholarship Applications / 2016-2017
Annie's Sustainable Agriculture Scholarship
We strive to make a positive impact through the foods we make, and we know we can’t change the food system alone. Through our scholarship program, we are thrilled to support students who share our mission to leave the planet better than we found it by advancing the principles of regenerative agriculture.
Located in Applications Corner / Scholarship Applications
Associates Home Loan Scholarship
The Associates Home Loan Scholarship was created with our future leaders in mind. Associates Home Loan understands that college prices are rising every year and this scholarship serves the purpose of helping one student lower their tuition expenses by $1000 and to educate the future self employed individuals about their options when it comes to self employed loans and alternative credit options.
Located in Applications Corner / Scholarship Applications
B.A. Rudolph Foundation Graduate and Undergraduate Scholarship for Women
Each spring, the B.A. Rudolph Foundation accepts applications for three (3) different scholarships to help offset expenses while furthering academic and career goals through an internship. The internship scholarships will be awarded to those women who best embody the mission and values of the Foundation. Graduate and undergraduate scholarships are for those completing a public service internship in Washington, D.C., and the STEM scholarship is for those completing STEM internships nationwide.
Located in Applications Corner / Scholarship Applications / 2016-2017