CVA launches 2018 scholarship program

YORK, Neb. – Central Valley Ag (CVA) of Beloit is offering twenty $1,000 college scholarship opportunities to this years graduating high school seniors pursuing higher education in an agriculturally related field.

This scholarship program enables youth to continue their education on a collegiate level. Based on academic achievement, service to local communities, and knowledge of the cooperative system, the CVA Scholarship Committee will select the winners of each scholarship. 

“CVA is committed to improving, encouraging and enabling the healthy development of youth throughout our region,” said Carl Dickinson, CVA CEO. “And by helping our youth pursue their agricultural career, we ensure that the agricultural industry continues to grow.”

  Additional information on scholarship guidelines can be found at www.cvacoop.com/careers  Applications will only be accepted by online submissions. Scholarship deadline is March 1, 2018.

  The scholarship program is open to students of CVA Member-Owners and CVA employees.

  For those wanting to become a Central Valley Ag member-owner, please visit cvacoop.com 

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