Aghealth Benefits Alliance Scholarship Foundation

 

What is the AHBA Educational Foundation?
It is a program that provides scholarships for career advancement opportunities through education, be it in agriculture or elsewhere.

Who can apply?
Current participants in the Ag Health Benefits group health program and certain family members can apply. This includes children and grandchildren under age 25.

How can the scholarships be used?
Scholarship funds can be used to attend:

  • Technical, trade, or vocational school;
  • Certificate programs; and,
  • Community colleges, four-year colleges, and universities.

Scholarships can be used for tuition and school fees, room and board costs, books, and school supplies. 

Scholarships are typically awarded for a one-year period, though exceptions may be granted for certain technical training or certificate programs. 

How can a Scholarship help me?
This scholarship could provide funding to help improve your job skills. This could help you move to a higher position at work and earn more money in the future. Examples of certificates you could get or classes you could take are:

That’s not all. Our local community colleges offer countless other programs that may be of interest to you:

How can a scholarship help someone in my family?
This scholarship could make it possible for a family member to attend school for the first time. It could also help a family member complete their education or pursue a goal they have always dreamed of.

Ag Health Benefits Alliance Awards $35,000 in Scholarships
(Click Here for Press Release)

 

Thanks to Mike Wolf, the Michael L Wolf Trust and many others for the generous donations that make this program possible.

AHBA is non-profit 501(c)3 organization, Federal Tax ID#83-443051. If you are interested in making a tax deductible contribution, please contact bbarlow@aghealthbenefits.org

 

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