The Michigan Agri-Business Association Educational Trust recently awarded scholarships to 15 Michigan students who plan to enter the agriculture industry. Fall scholarships offered through the Educational Trust totaled nearly $12,000.
“The Michigan Agri-Business Association is proud to support the next generation of industry leaders through the Educational Trust,” MABA President Chuck Lippstreu says. “Our members recognize the critical need to support young people who are entering agriculture. We congratulate these 15 scholarship recipients and wish them the best of luck headed into the fall semester.”
The scholarships winners include Seth Arends, Ravenna; Aaron Banks, Brown City; Abbie Bauer, Vassar; Grace Bayer, Grand Rapids; Johanna Braun, Harbor Beach; Madelyn Cary, Elwell; Adrian Eggleston, Laingsburg; Aaron Fahrner, Sebewaing; Allison Holdwick, Harbor Beach; Kirsten Klee, Minden City; Laken Polega, Unionville; Kyle Rolfe, Chesaning; Grace Smith, Frankenmuth; Jacob Sprague, Durand; and Joshua Wehner, Pigeon.
Established in 1974, The MABA Educational Trust has awarded almost $500,000 in scholarships to deserving students. The application deadline for the 2021 spring semester is Oct. 1.
Click here for more information on the MABA Educational Trust scholarship program, and pass this information on if you are aware of a student that could qualify.