CABEF announces winners of national agricultural scholarships
June 19, 2018 By Fruit and Veg magazine
The Canadian Agri-Business Education Foundation (CABEF) is proud to announce the winners of their annual scholarships. Each of these exceptional students will receive $2,500 for post-secondary agricultural education.
The 2018 winners are:
- Adriana Van Tryp, Burdett, Alta.
- Laura Carruthers, Frenchman Butte, Sask.
- Pete Giesbrecht, Winkler, Man.
- Owen Ricker, Dunnville, Ont.
- Jeremy Chevalley, Moose Creek Ont.
- Émilie Carrier, Princeville, Que.
- Justin Kampman, Abbotsford, B.C.
Each year, CABEF awards scholarships of $2,500 to Canadian students entering their first year at an accredited agriculture college or university. CABEF is a charity foundation that encourages students to pursue their passion for agriculture and to bring their new ideas and talent to the industry.
Scholarship winners are evaluated on a combination of leadership attributes, academic standing and their response to the essay question, “What do you consider to be the three main opportunities for the Canadian agriculture industry and which one inspires you the most?”
“We are proud to support the future of the Canadian agriculture industry by providing these scholarships,” said Jenn Norrie, chair of the board for CABEF. “With the high-quality applications received from students across the country, the future of Canadian agriculture is bright.”
For further information about CABEF’s work, visit cabef.org.
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