Scholarships, grants & awards
Each of the following is managed by outside organizations. To apply or ask questions, use contact information supplied on the forms.
A scholarship for adults involved with 4-H who want to re-train at an institution of higher learning in order to re-enter the workforce or for job transition.
Academic scholarships for 4-H livestock project participants.
A one-time scholarship for students going into their freshman year at a Minnesota college or university.
A scholarship for present 4-H members as a high school senior or first year college student in one of nine counties.
For past or present 4-H members entering college as a freshman and intending to pursue an agriculture-related degree.
Write an essay or make a video about biofuels, and you could win a scholarship of $1,000 or $500. This scholarship is open to Minnesota high school seniors.
A one-time scholarship for accepted freshmen or continuing sophomores at any accredited college or university in the U.S.
For past or present 4-H members attending a Minnesota State (formerly known as MnSCU) college.
Academic scholarships for college students majoring in agricultural subjects.
Academic scholarships for 4-Hers entering an agricultural college as a freshman, at University of Minnesota — St. Paul or Crookston; University of Wisconsin, River Falls; South Dakota State University; North Dakota State University; or Iowa State University pursuing an animal agriculture major.
Academic scholarships for college students majoring in animal science.
Academic scholarships for Minnesota State Fair participants.
Supports Olmsted County 4-H'ers entering their freshman year at a post-secondary institution.
Funds 4-H club projects by 4-H youth and adults in partnership.
Yearly award to one 4-H'er for overall achievement, leadership and service.
Recognizes 4-H members for outstanding contributions to 4-H and the community as citizens and leaders.
4-H members involved in a horst project can win a paint horse of their own during the Minnesota 4-H State Horse Show.
National recognition program for 4-H adult volunteers.