Blaine County 4-H Foundation Alumni Scholarship - DUE May 31st
This scholarship is available to any Blaine County 4-H Alumni currently enrolled in a College or University.
Blaine County 4-H Foundation High School Scholarship - DUE May 31st
This scholarship is available to any of our Blaine County 4-H graduating Seniors.
This is a scholarship made available for any 4-H Member/Leader who would like financial help with an upcoming activity or event (such as registration fee to State Leaders Forum, or Rec Lab).
Each year, the Montana 4-H Foundation provides approximately $120,000 in direct support of the over 23,000 4-H members and almost 5,000 volunteers. This partnership with MSU Extension and the 4-H Center for Youth Development allows many youth and leaders to participate in educational, social and often life-changing experiences that mold them into caring and contributing citizens and community leaders.
Click here for the the Scholarships and Grants page on the Montana 4-H website.
Susan K Dufner Scholarship for CWF Trip- Due January 15th
The Citizenship Washington Focus (CWF) trip goes to Washington, D.C. for a week in June to experience our nations capital, meet your legislators and meet 4-Hers from around the country. During this week-long trip, delegates have the opportunity to tour the Smithsonian and the National monuments as well as visit with Montana Senators and Representatives. Montana delegates travel as a group with two adult chaperones.
Youth Serve Montana Scholarship- Due January 31st
The Youth Serve Montana Scholarship was created to promote volunteerism among high school students, encourage young leaders to further their learning, and provide tuition assistance for Montana students who wish to attend college in-state. Selected students receive a $1,000 scholarship toward their college tuition.
Up to 100 scholarships will be awarded to Montana high school seniors! Students must demonstrate that they have volunteered at least 100 hours within the last 12 months and will be attending a Montana College or University (must be a Montana Campus Compact member institution).
Montana 4-H Scholarship- Due April 1st
The Montana 4-H Foundation awards over 22 different scholarships to Montana 4-H youth and alumni each year. There are a wide variety of scholarships with varying eligibility requirements. Each person need only complete one application to apply for a multiple Montana 4-H Scholarships. The application should be postmarked on or before April 1.
The Montana 4-H Foundation supports 4-H initiatives that focus on healthy living, citizenship, leadership, science, engineering and technology. The mission of the Montana 4-H Foundation is to “help 4-H youth by raising private funds, managing financial resources and partnering with the MSU Extension Service to fund educational opportunities for Montana 4-H youth, volunteer leaders and staff.”
Montana 4-H grants provide opportunities for youth and adults to strengthen their skills and maximize their positive impacts on the communities in which they live.