The Texas 4-H Youth Development Foundation, Inc. P.O. Box 11020 College Station, TX 77842 https://texas4-H.tamu.edu/ *** The Opportunity Scholarship Program is an academically-competitive program in which a scholar's academic achievements and their 4-H experience are highly valued. To apply for a Texas 4-H and Youth Development Opportunity Scholarship, an applicant must, as a minimum: - Have made formal application to enroll with intent to attend a Texas college or university and have met the entrance requirements for that college or university - Be actively participating in 4-H - Be a United States citizen and a Texas resident - Have successfully obtained the minimum test results for either the Baccalaureate Scholarship Program or the Technical Certification Scholarship Program, as outlined at the website - Formally enrolled in or accepted into an accredited, not-for- profit Texas College or University Courageous Heart Scholarships are awarded to members who have main- tained an active 4-H career in spite of unforeseen obstacles related to their medical/health, family, and/or educational situation. See website for eligibility, nomination requirements and application deadlines. Collegiate 4-H Scholarships are awarded to deserving former 4-H members currently enrolled in a Texas College or University. Deadline: FAFSA must be completed by mid-December. For application dates and deadlines, refer to the website or your county 4-H agent
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