Atchison County 4-H Post-Secondary Education Scholarship Honoring Mary Boldridge
In recognition of the 50th anniversary of Walnut Creek 4-H leader Mary Boldridge and her daughter Meadowlark 4-H leader Jo Ann Murray baking a German Chocolate Cake to support Atchison County 4-H, the post secondary education scholarship criteria has been updated.
- Any Atchison County 4-H member who is a graduating senior is eligible to apply for scholarship funds.
- The member must have been a 4-H member 3 out of 4 years during high school but does not need to be a current member at time of application.
- The base amount has been set at $300 for funds to support accredited post-secondary education.
- 4-Hers are eligible to receive additional funding up to $500 based on their level of 4-H involvement. Additional funding will be based on the individual member's 4-H involvement as reported.
- There is no limit to the number of eligible scholarships awarded.
- An online scholarship application and report of 4-H involvement link will be shared via e-mail with eligible 4-Hers.
- It is the member's responsibility to follow all application directions.
- The online portal will open on March 1 annually and close on the published application deadline date.
- The scholarship matrix below outlines funding criteria.
- In fairness to all applicants, all scholarship questions should be directed to the Atchison County Extension Office at 913-330-0050 or via e-mail at AtchisonCoExt@ksu.edu
Additional Funding Report Link (Link opens on March 1.)