The Blake Rubin Scholarship was created to help future generations get the education needed to prepare for adulthood. Since the price of obtaining higher learning is always increasing, the goal of this scholarship is to help get one student one step closer to obtaining their desired degree.
Applicants will be required to submit a 500-word essay no later than January 31st, 2019, and the winner will be awarded a $1000 scholarship by February 31st, 2019.
- Current high school seniors that have been accepted into a university or college
- Current university or college students (including undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students) who aren’t in their final year of study.
Blake Rubin wants to hear your answer to the question, “Who is your role model in life and why?”, in 500 words or less.
When submitting your application for the Blake Rubin Scholarship, please be sure to fill out each field in the form below completely. There are no fees associated with this scholarship. However, you are granting Blake Rubin permission to use your information for promotional and marketing purposes if you are selected as the Blake Rubin Scholarship winner.
The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2019. Applications submitted after this date may be considered for the following year’s scholarship.
Once the scholarship closes a committee will review all of the applicants and contact the winner. The winner has two weeks to respond before a winner up is selected. Once the winner has responded $1000 will be sent to their school’s financial aid department.
The first biennial NAPA 2018 Conference focuses on securing food, feed, fuel, and fiber (F4) for ever increasing populations through advanced agricultural innovations, best management practices, and environmentally friendly sustainable agricultural production systems with equitable distribution in a world of widening inequalities, increased climate variability, dynamic land-use, and volatile agricultural markets. The NAPA Conference Organizing Committee (COC) is pleased to announce the theme "Global Food Security through Agricultural Transformation" for the Biennial Conference. Invited speakers and many concurrent sessions will be arranged to promote and celebrate this theme. However, the conference is open to submissions of abstracts on any topics related to Agricultural and Allied Sciences. This call solicits abstracts for oral and poster presentations. Also, there will be separate competitive oral and poster presentation sessions for students. The first three winners of each of the student sessions will be recognized and awarded cash prize and certificate of appreciation.
The abstract is limited to 300 words, and it must be submitted in a word /pdf file.
For more details, visit http://napaamericas.org/conference2018/call-for-abstract.php