Syngenta is Committed to Agricultural Students

Syngenta is Committed to Agricultural Students

November 13, 2013

Syngenta Offers National Scholarships

    Scholarship available to students in all crop markets

    Scholarship open to undergraduate students

    Expands Syngenta investment in future of agriculture to national level

In conjunction with its 12-year anniversary this November, Syngenta is proud to announce TODAY the new national Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship. The scholarship application period runs January 2014 through April 2014.

“We’re excited to offer this opportunity to college students pursuing agricultural degrees throughout the nation and in all crop areas,” said Mary Streett DeMers, senior communications lead, Syngenta. “Syngenta has always been committed to the future of agriculture. This wide-reaching scholarship will help to strengthen that commitment.”

Scholarship winnings will be used to help finance the education of undergraduate students enrolled as of spring 2014 in an accredited agriculture program at a land-grant university.  

“Today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders,” said Corey Huck, head of U.S. sales, Syngenta. “We know higher learning plays a critical role in the next generation’s ability to develop new strategies and innovate with new technologies to advance agriculture. When we invest in the next generation of ag leaders, we are investing in the future of the industry.”

Visit the scholarship website for more details, including prize amounts, essay topic and application guidelines, as Syngenta announces them.

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