Applications are being accepted now until May 26 for the annual national Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship program, which is available to U.S. land-grant university students currently pursuing bachelor’s or master’s degrees in crop-related disciplines.
Applicants must be U. S. residents enrolled as of Spring 2016 in an accredited agriculture program. Students can apply by submitting a 750- to 1,000-word essay (topic set forth on the Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship web page) for a chance to win part of the $20,000 in available awards. Students enrolled at APLU-member land-grant universities are encouraged to apply (a full list of eligible universities can be found on the scholarship website).This entry was posted in Student opportunities and tagged students, undergraduate, graduate students, scholarships, plants, crops, money by . Bookmark the permalink.