Manitoba Youth Beef Round Up Scholarship
The Manitoba Youth Beef Round Up Scholarship has been established by the Manitoba Youth Beef Round Up committee to support deserving Manitoba youth. The scholarship is administered by the ‘Scholarship Committee’, a subcommittee of the Manitoba Youth Beef Round Up committee. The decisions of the Scholarship Committee shall be final.
1. Applicants must be a Manitoba resident, between the ages of 17 and 25 years as of January 1 of the application year.
2. Qualified applicants must be participants of Manitoba Youth Beef Round Up, past or present, and demonstrate a strong level of activity within the beef industry and their community.
3. Qualified applicants must be pursuing a post-secondary education, preferably in an Agriculture related field.
4. Scholarship(s) will be given in the amount of $1000 and must be used at a recognized post secondary or graduate institution.
5. Recipient must be in their second semester of post secondary school to receive the scholarship money and must provide student ID number and copy of transcript.
6. If the recipient is not currently attending post secondary institution, then the money will be entrusted in their name for a maximum of 3 years. If money is not used after this time, it will then be returned to the Manitoba Youth Beef Round Up Scholarship Fund.
7. Previous applicants not chosen as recipients may reapply.
8. The top 5 applicants will be selected to interview at Manitoba Youth Beef Round Up. Final selection will take place there and the presentation to the recipient(s) will be made at the awards banquet.
9. Deadline to apply is July 1st, 2022.
Send completed applications to:
Manitoba Youth Beef Round Up
Box 370 Oak Lake, MB R0M 1P0
Jack Hart Memorial Foundation Female Award
The Manitoba Angus Association is establishing a new award to assist young cattle breeders.
This award will be in the form of a $2,500 voucher presented to a successful applicant, and is to be used to purchase an Angus female at the Keystone Klassic 2022 Sale.
Anyone aged 21 and under as of January 1, 2022 may apply.
Applicants must submit an essay of approximately 500 words covering four main points:
1. Why will you select Angus as your preferred breed?
2. What has been your involvement in the cattle industry?
3. What are your future goals?
4. Who has been your main mentor “influence” in the cattle industry and why?
Applications/Essays are to be emailed to MAA Secretary:
Mandi Fewings no later than September 1, 2022
A committee will select the finalists, and they will be contacted for interviews.
The winner will be notified well in advance of the Keystone Klassic Sale.
Award Deadline | September 1
Jack Hart was one of the founding members of the Keystone Klassic Sale and was an annual supporter of it, consigning top quality cattle every year. The Manitoba Angus Board of Directors felt that this award should be presented in Jack’s memory.