Nevada Farm Bureau – Dave Fulstone II Scholarship Award
Dave Fulstone II was a past president of the Nevada Farm Bureau who dedicated his life to the well-being of Nevada agriculture. He was passionate in his support of a sustainable agriculture industry in Nevada and was never afraid to tackle the tough issues or face strong opponents in defense of the agriculture industry and producers. The scholarship committee desires to provide financial assistance to students who exemplify those characteristics.
Amount: One $1,000 award will be available.
Who may apply: The scholarship award is open to any student graduating from high school this year, a current college student, or a trade school student who is furthering their education in a course of study pertaining to agriculture. The candidate must be from a Nevada Farm Bureau member family.
Application requirements: Students wishing to apply for this scholarship should send: a) the completed application, b) a copy of their most current transcript, and c) two (2) letters of recommendation to:
|Hard Copy Application:||Electronic Application:|
|Dave Fulstone Scholarship Committee
c/o Nevada Farm BureauNevada Heritage Foundation2165 Green Vista Drive, Ste. 205Sparks, Nevada 89431
Students need only send one application as either a hard copy or an electronic copy, but are not required to send both.
This award will be giving to the student who best portrays the ability to be successful in higher education and exhibits the potential to give back to the agriculture industry and agricultural producers by completing their course of study. Preference will be given to Farm Bureau members.
Inquiries: Nevada Farm Bureau office: (775) 674-4000 or 1-800-992-1106
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