Annual Mountaire Scholarship Program

Annual Mountaire Scholarship Program

Annual Mountaire Scholarship Program

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Annual Mountaire Scholarship

Every year, we award dozens of $2,500 scholarships to children and grandchildren of our employees, growers, and grain producers. At Mountaire, we value education and encourage our teams to pursue and hone their academic talents. Paying for college can be challenging, so we want to assist our people and their families in that endeavor.


*Employee, Grower or Breeder scholarship: one parent/grandparent grows chickens for Mountaire or is employed by Mountaire Farms
*Grain scholarship: one parent/grandparent sells Mountaire a minimum of 10,000 bushels of grain per year
Be enrolled as full-time student (minimum of 12 credits per semester) in the most current school year
Be involved in extracurricular activities in school and the community
Attach a copy of official transcript to the application
Deadline to apply is June 6, 2022. 

Click here to see past winners.

Application Form

    Application Type
    Facility (If grain please check Other)
    Applicant Information

    List of Colleges or Universities to which you have been accepted for the next regularly scheduled school year:

    List of College(s) attended or currently attending:

    Current Classification

    Your grade point average on a 4.0 scale

    College Major

    Date of High School Awards
    Presentation/Graduation (if graduating this year)

    Name of
    High School

    Have you applied for or will you receive any type of financial aid such as student loans, scholarships,grants, etc.?

    If so, describe and state the amount of financial aid

    Give a brief description of extracurricular activities, honors, achievements and leadership positions in school and your community
    (Use additional sheets as necessary)

    Write a short statement of your goals, aspirations and the career you plan to pursue

    Remember to attach an official copy of your transcript to this application showing your GPA in High School and/or College.
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