4-H Opportunity Scholarship

The Texas 4-H Youth Development Program and the Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation is  pleased to offer to senior high school 4-H members and current college students the opportunity to apply for an Opportunity Scholarship through the Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation.  This year Texas 4-H members can apply for scholarships in three areas, baccalaureate, courageous heart, and technical. Former Texas 4-H members will be able to apply for scholarships through the collegiate scholarship program.  All applications and support materials are attached below.  Additionally, all information can be downloaded from the Texas 4-H website at:  texas4-h.tamu.edu

4H Scholarship Application_2017

4H Collegiate_Application_2017

tx4Hsch_Rules_Guidelines_2017

Any incomplete or incorrect application submitted will not be considered.  It is the responsibility of the 4-H member and parent/guardian to ensure all information is correct and complete prior to submitting.  Absolutely no follow up or updates will be allowed once submitted.

 

Due dates and deadlines for 2017 Scholarship process are as follows:

October, 2017                              Release of 2017 Application

November – January                 Scholarship Trainings

October                                         Applicant can start completing FAFSA and receive report

January 20, 2017                         Application due to County Office

February 3, 2017                         Applications due to District Office

February 17, 2017                        Applications due to State 4-H Office

April 14, 2017                               Interview selection notification

May 5-7, 2017                               Interviews in College Station, Texas

June 6, 7, &/or 8, 2017  Awards Assemblies/Banquets (College Station, TX)

 

Requirements for the Baccalaureate, Technical, and Courageous Heart Scholarships

All applications MUST meet the minimum requirements/criteria to even be considered for judging (see guidelines for complete details).  Those applications not meeting the requirements should not be submitted to the county Extension Office and/or Agent.

 

 

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