Indiana Ag Grants & Scholarships
Because Farm Bureau cares about the future of our farming communities and our youth of today, we sponsor or co-sponsor several scholarships for college-bound students. To obtain additional information about these scholarships, please contact your County Farm Bureau office.
Indiana Farm Bureau Scholarship Program Application
Indiana Farm Bureau and the Farm Bureau Foundation will award 13 district and state college scholarships to high school seniors and college students for the current school year. Scholarships may be applied to tuition, housing, books and other educational expenses. Payment will be made directly to the college or university of your choice. The scholarships are the Marion Stackhouse Scholarship; two collegiate Farm Bureau scholarships available to members of the Collegiate Farm Bureau at Purdue University and Vincennes University; and 10 Carolyn Hegel Memorial Scholarships (one per Farm Bureau District).
Ag Education and Promotion Development Grant
To provide assistance to county Farm Bureaus or Farm Bureau members and educators that do not have adequate funds for a new program, activity, or to attend an event that enhances the promotion of agriculture and education. Program examples could include, but are not limited to, books for classrooms, incubator systems, supplies for school gardens, etc. Event examples may include the National Ag in the Classroom Conference, AFBF Women’s Communication Boot Camp, summer educational programs, specialized educational conferences, etc. Please provide sufficient details/information about your program to give the judges a clear picture of your plans/expectations.
Indiana Farm Bureau Career Enrichment Scholarship
To be awarded to an adult, 21 years or older, who intends on enriching their career of choice.
Purdue University Harry L. Pearson Outstanding Leader Scholarship
To incoming Purdue University freshmen, as well as current students in the College of Agriculture.
Not all scholarships are listed here. Please contact your county Farm Bureau or high school guidance department to learn more.