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Young Farmers World Congress Trust Scholarships

Young Farmers World Congress Trust Scholarships Applications

The Young Farmers World Congress Charitable Trust is calling for applications for scholarships from students studying agriculture or agriculturally related topics at Universities or Polytechnics. The Trust is awarding two (2) $1,500.00 University and two (2) $750.00 Polytechnic Scholarships for the 2002 study year.

The Young Farmers World Congress Charitable Trust is administered by the New Zealand Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs (Inc.). The Trust was formed in 1989 to distribute the revenue produced from the investment of profits from the 5th World congress of Young Farmers held in Christchurch in 1985.

The closing date for applications for the scholarships is the 30 April 2002.

For further information and application forms contact:

Tim Leslie
National Executive Officer
The New Zealand Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs (Inc.)
P O Box 715
Wellington
Phone: (04) 473-7275
Fax: (04) 473-7302

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