Montana Cattlemen's Association Scholarship

Montana Cattlemen's Association will award a $1,000 college scholarship to a member or

son/daughter of a member. The deadline for application is May 1.

 

BASIS FOR SELECTION OF SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

1. Must be a graduating high school senior of a Montana high school.

2. Must have a “C” or higher grade point average.

3. Must be enrolled or intending to enroll full time in any accredited college or university that offers a

bachelor degree; an approved vocations or trade school; an accredited junior college; or an

institution offering a registered nursing degree.

4. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of 1) academic achievement 2) cattle industry involvement

3) goals and quality of application, and 4) amount of other scholarships the applicant has received.

 

 

AMOUNT OF SCHOLARSHIP AND PAYMENT

1. The amount of the scholarship is $1,000.

2. The scholarship will be paid one-half upon enrollment for the first semester and one-half upon

enrollment for the second semester or within the term in a system other than semester basis is

used. Payment will be made to the college or university upon proof of enrollment each semester.

(Speak to your college business office about providing proof of registration.)

PROCEDURES FOR APPLYING

1. The application can be obtained at www.mca@montanacattlelmen.org or by calling Montana

Cattlemen at 406-741-3680.

2. Current transcript and ACT or SAT scores must be included with the application.

3. Three letters of recommendation must be included with the application:

One letter must be from an academic reference (i.e., school counselor, principal, teacher, advisor)

and that person must address only your academics.

One letter must be from an industry involvement reference (i.e., veterinarian, extension educator,

4-H or FFA leader, breed association, banker, livestock nutritionist) and that person must address

only your cattle industry involvement/experience.

One letter must be from a character reference (i.e., religious, public official, volunteer program

leader) and that person must address only your citizenship.

These references must not be relatives. The letters must be included with the application.

4. Applications are DUE May 1 of the current year. The application, current transcript, and all

three letters, must be included.

 

Mail application to: Montana Cattlemen

PO Box 524

Hot Springs, MT 59845

 

You can download the scholarship application here

scholarship (pdf)

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