Members of state corn associations may be eligible for scholarships within their home state. Please see the rules to see if you are eligible of other scholarships.
NCGA William C. Berg Academic Excellence in Agriculture Scholarship
Left to Right: Izak Christensen, Michael Tupper, Rodrigo Mendoza, Paul Taylor, Kelsey Barnes and Rachel Stevens
2017 NCGA William C. Berg/BASF Scholarship Recipients
The National Corn Growers Association and BASF Corporation will award five $1,000 scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree in an agriculture-related field.
Scholarship recipients will be selected in early 2018. Recipients and a parent or guardian will enjoy travel and lodging to attend the 2018 Commodity Classic in Anaheim, California to be recognized at the NCGA Banquet and have the opportunity to learn more about modern agriculture.
Your Application Packet MUST Include
BASF Crop Protection’s vision is to be the world’s leading innovator in optimizing agricultural production and improving and enhancing nutrition and the quality of life by delivering products and services that meet the needs of customers and contribute to the sustainability of agriculture. For more information on BASF please visit www.basf.com.
About William C. Berg
The NCGA-BASF college scholarship program is named in honor of Ohio farmer William C. Berg. A retired postal worker and farmer for more than 40 years, Bill served in various positions for both the Ohio Corn and Wheat Growers Association and the National Corn Growers Association. He tirelessly carried the agriculture message to Washington, DC year after year, where he sat face-to-face with congressmen and senators to lobby for sound agriculture policy on behalf of his fellow farmers. Bill passed away unexpectedly in 2012 and NCGA and Ohio Corn wished to honor his legacy. Program recipients can be proud to receive a scholarship honoring this staunch supporter of modern American agriculture.
Other State Corn Association Scholarships
Members of state corn associations may be eligible for additional scholarships within their home state.