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Rocky Mountain Agribusiness Association Scholarships

Rocky Mountain Agribusiness Association presents six undergraduate scholarships yearly. The funds to support the scholarship program are all raised at the annual Winter and Summer Meetings through golf tournaments, the fishing event and the annual dinner auction.

Student Scholarships
RMAA awards three student scholarships from each of the following schools: Aims, Community College, Colorado State University, University of Wyoming, and Northeastern Colorado Junior College. The agricultural students must be majoring in a discipline involving plant and soil science, pest management or Ag business. They are nominated by faculty and are selected by the Scholarship Committee. The application form for the designated colleges/universities can be downloaded below or can be requested from the RMAA office. Scholarships are awarded in January and can be used by the student for tuition, books, etc.

Bill Gordon and Dale Seyler Scholarships
Two scholarships are available to the son or daughter of any Rocky Mountain Agribusiness Association member-in-good-standing who has completed at least one semester of undergraduate study and is currently at an accredited college or university. The candidate should have demonstrated excellent academic leadership ability, community service and activities. The RMAA board selects the recipients.

Both scholarships honor former active members, Bill Gordon and Dale Seyler, for their career and association contributions.

Scholarship Application Deadline!

All Student applications must be postmarked no later than November 29, 2017 for consideration.
Bill Gordon and Dale Seyler applications must be postmarked no later than November 11th for consideration.

RMAA Member Continuing Education Scholarship
The RMAA Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce a new scholarship for regular, full-time employees of RMAA Members who are seeking to further their job-related education while continuing their employment.  Personnel at all levels of the RMAA Member Businesses are eligible for a scholarship award. The $1,500 in scholarship funds are to help defray tuition costs or registration fees for enrollment in courses and other formal educational programs for the purposes of improving skills and capacities to become leaders in agricultural and agribusiness.  Applications will be considered for assistance with the costs of courses and other formal educational programs in which there is significant potential for the applicant to advance his/her professional skills and leadership capacities. 

Member Application Deadline

The RMAA Continuing Education Scholarship application form must be submitted to the RMAA office by November 13th.

Contact Gary Leeper at RMAA
Voice: 303-280-5208  Fax: 303-458-0002
12011 Tejon St., Ste. 700, Westminster, CO 80234 EMAIL: