- 2013 SCHOLARSHIP UPDATE FORM FOR INTERVIEWEES
- Texas 4-H and Youth Development Opportunity Scholarship
- Texas Extension Education Association Scholarship
- College and Career Resources
- 2012 Scholarship Winner List – PDF
Texas 4-H and Youth Development Program Opportunity Scholarships are ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS awarded each year to applicants based on their academic record, 4-H experience, and financial need (for scholarships for which it is a required criterion). The Texas 4-H and Youth Development Opportunity Scholarship Program is conducted in coordination with the Texas 4-H and Youth Development Program, the Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation, and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. All applications must be submitted through the applicant’s county Extension office and meet all criteria to be considered.
Approximately 225 academically-competitive scholarships will be awarded in the 2013 Texas 4-H Scholarship Program ranging in amounts from $1000 to $18,000 (amount established by donor). No scholarship recipient whose award is based on this application process will receive less than $1000 (may require receiving a combination of scholarships totaling $1000). The Texas 4-H Foundation seeks to ensure that each recipient receives the highest dollar amount of scholarship for which that recipient is eligible. For the majority of the total scholarships and scholarship funds available, participation in a livestock show is not a requirement for consideration for an Opportunity Scholarship.
There will not be a 2013 SALE Rural scholarship.
- 2013 Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Guidelines – PDF
- 2013 Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Examples – PDF
- 2013 Texas 4-H Opportunity Scholarship Application – Word
- 2013 Texas 4-H Collegiate Scholarship Application – Word
- 2013 SALE Majors – PDF
Important Dates To Remember
- November – January: Scholarship Trainings
- November – December: Applicant complete FAFSA and receive report
- Set by County Office: Application due to County Office
- February 8, 2013: Applications due to District Office
- February 22, 2013: Applications due to State 4-H Office
- April 12, 2013: Interview selection notification
- May 10-12, 2013: Interviews in Austin, Texas
- June 10, 2013: Awards Program/Banquets in College Station, Texas
Texas Extension Education Association Scholarship
The Texas Home Demonstration Association was organized in August, 1926 by 399 women attending a Farmer’s Short course at A&M University. One of the purposes for organizing was to establish a scholarship for a deserving 4-H girl. This original scholarship of $200 has grown to 12 in 2002, given annually at $1000 each; however, in 1997, only four $l,000 scholarships were given due to lack of funds. Funding of these scholarships began with a5 cent donation per member in 1926. Scholarships are now funded through the annual TEEA budget and awarded to a 4-H boy or girl.
For more information about this scholarship, contact your County Family and Consumer Science Agent. They will work with the District TEEA Directors for deadlines.
SALE Rural Scholarship
There will NOT be a 2013 SALE Rural scholarship.
The Texas 4-H and Youth Development is committed to assisting young people, both in 4-H and not, have the resources and information to make the right decisions about their future. To explore the opportunities for careers and colleges select the link below.
- Free Application for Student Student Aid – link
- YouTube Video: How to fill out the FAFSA – Steps 1 – 7 – link
- College for Texans – link
- Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation Compendium of Texas Colleges – link
- College Searches and Financial Aid – link
Power Point Presentation in pdf format, as well as the video recording of the on-line training training conducted on Thursday, December 6, 2012. On-line training is approximately 2 1/2 hours in length.
If a recording of this event becomes available, use the following link to play back the recording.
Event ID: GPM036843
PowerPoint slides – PDF