Bowdy Griffin-Loyalton High School. Attending
Feather River College-Quincy
Mjr. Agricultural Business
Andrew Tilton-Taylorsville Charter
School. Attending Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Mjr. Agricultural System Management
The Plumas-Sierra CattleWomen are deeply committed to encouraging our local young men and women to become active participants in the ranching and farming industry. The scholarships are designed to encourage graduating seniors to major in a curriculum related to Agriculture. The amount of the scholarship is determined by the proceeds of the previous years' sale of our Brand Quilt tickets, and the number of applicants
To qualify, the applicant must be a graduating senior from a Plumas or Sierra County High School, be from a ranching family or if not from a ranching family they must be enrolled in an agricultural course of study, and meet a variety of qualifications and requirements. Scholarship recipients from the previous year, who are continuing their studies, may also apply for a second year scholarship.
Scholarship applications are available at all Plumas-Sierra High Schools. Applications due date is no later than April 15, 2020 . All applicants must also appear for a personal interview with the Scholarship Committeein May 2020. The money is available to the recipients upon proof of their college or trade school registration.
Please check with your school or send an email to our Scholarship chair, Pat Ramelli at email@example.com to obtain an application. OR!!!
NOW!! SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION AVAILABLE ONLINE. CLICK THE LINK!!!
The Plumas-Sierra CattleWomen are proud of their 39 year history of offering scholarships to local youth. We know that it is our young people who must keep the cattle industry and its many related agricultural components alive in the years to come.
Jane Libbe-Quincy High School attending
Feather River College majoring in
Equine Studies-AG Business
CONGRATULATIONS: 2019 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS.
CONGRATULATIONS: RETURNING 2018 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS.
Anton Lysen-Loyalton High School attending
Central Oregon Community College majoring