Here’s The Moos…. For Immediate Release – April 12, 2017
Application Deadline Approaching for Cattle Growers’ Graduate Scholarship
June 1 is the deadline to apply for the New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association’s (NMCGA’s) Young Cattlemen’s Leadership Committee (YCLC) $1000 Graduate Scholarship.
“With this scholarship, we want to help young people who come from an agricultural background further their education,” said Pat Boone, NMCGA President, Elida. “As they pursue those advanced degrees, we hope to also broaden production agriculture awareness in non-typical agricultural fields.”
Applicants must be New Mexico residents, have a background in beef cattle production, and pursuing a post-graduate degree. Financial need will be considered, but is not a prerequisite. Preference will be given to NMCGA members and their families.
“We encourage all interested students to apply,” said Boone. “There’s nothing easy – financially or otherwise – about post-graduate studies, and we want to do all we can to help students who are making that effort.”
Applications must be received in the NMCGA office by June 1, 2017. They should be sent to: New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association, Attention: Graduate Scholarship Committee, P.O. Box 7517, Albuquerque, NM 87194. The scholarship will be awarded at the NMCGA’s Mid-Year Meeting, scheduled for June 19-21 in Ruidoso.
The NMCGA has represented the ranchers in New Mexico and the West since 1914 and has members in all 33 of the state’s counties as well as some 19 other states. The Association participates in venues necessary to protect beef producers and private property rights including litigation, state and federal legislation and regulatory affairs.
For further information, contact: Caren Cowan
505.247.0584 phone / email@example.com
Application Link: 17graduatescholarship_Application