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Next Generation Scholarships

Apply for the 2019 Next Generation Scholarship

Applications for the 2019 Next Generation Scholarship can be found below. Deadline for this scholarship is October 31, 2018. This scholarship is open to all majors with a passion for bettering the future of the corn industry. Kansas Corn Growers Association membership is required for all participants. Refer questions to Laura Handke, Kansas Corn Collegiate Coordinator, 913-370-3496 or lhandke@ksgrains.com. Return completed forms to Kansas Corn, 1310A Westloop Pl #285, Manhattan, KS 66502 or collegiate@ksgrains.com.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Kansas Corn Next Generation Scholarships

Kansas Corn has awarded 15 $1,000 Next Generation Scholarships. The program was focused on students who were enrolled in post-secondary school in the spring of 2017 and are enrolled in the 2017-2018 school year.

  • Shaylee Aprin, Salina, KS, agricultural communications and journalism
  • Guillermo Balboa, Manhattan, KS, PhD agronomy
  • Nils Bergsten, Holton, KS, agribusiness with minor in business administration
  • Molly Bertz, Mayview, MO, agricultural communications and journalism
  • Katelyn Bohnenblust, Clay Center, KS, agricultural education
  • William Brown, Manhattan, KS, PhD animal sciences and industry
  • Zachary Callaghan, Tonganoxie, KS, agricultural education and food systems leadership
  • Jacqueline Clawson, Meade, KS, agricultural economics and business marketing
  • Tara Cook, Atwood, CO, food science and industry
  • Trent Frye, Belleville, KS, agronomy
  • Annie Jewell, Shawnee, KS, public relations
  • Molly Morgan, Deerfield, KS, elementary education
  • Sarah Niederee, Great Bend, KS, agricultural economics
  • Osler Ortez, Manhattan, KS, MS agronomy
  • Santiago Tamango, Manhattan, KS, agronomy

For more information on this program,
contact Laura Handke, Collegiate Programs Coordinator