Scholarships

Frontier offers scholarships to support students pursuing a career in agriculture.

Frontier Cooperative Scholarship

The Program - Frontier Cooperative is offering a scholarship for a student entering a college or technical school to further his or her education in agricultural-related studies.

Eligibility - The Frontier Cooperative Scholarship will be awarded to a son/daughter of a parent/legal guardian who is an active stockholder of Frontier Cooperative as defined by the Articles and Bylaws of this association. The scholarship recipient’s family must do a minimum of $5,000 in business with Frontier Coop during the year.
 
Recipient must be accepted as a student in a college or technical school majoring in agricultural-related studies as determined by that school and upon completion of the first semester of school. The recipient will receive up to $1,000.
 
Recipient must have demonstrated academic excellence as determined by SAT/ACT scores. Recipient must also rank in the top one-half of his/her class.
 
Selection - The Frontier Cooperative Board of Directors will select the recipient(s) based on the criteria established.
          

Please return all of your necessary paperwork to the main office of the Frontier Cooperative, no later than March 1, 2021.

Frontier Cooperative
ATTN: Scholarship Program
3333 Landmark Circle
Lincoln, NE 68504

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Education Foundation SCHOLARSHIPs
                           

The Nebraska Cooperative Council Education Foundation (NCCEF) will provide 11
scholarships for the 2021/22 academic year to students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources (CASNR), the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture (NCTA) at Curtis, and the University of Nebraska-Kearney.

The scholarship program was initiated with the 1993/94 academic year as an important addition to the Council's youth education efforts. Since that time, 209 scholarships totaling $251,600 have been provided to students.

Scholarship committees at UNL, NCTA, and UNK make the selection of recipients based on criteria established for each scholarship. The Foundation only verifies local cooperative affiliation and Council membership requirements.
Individuals will need to complete an online application form and submit it electronically to UNL, NCTA, or UNK by April 15, 2021. The application forms are available on the Foundation/Scholarships page of the Council’s website at:

https://www.nebr.coop/foundation/scholarships
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