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Scholarships

The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Foundation, the governing body of the Cattle Raisers Museum, is committed to helping students further their education and developing  new leaders in the industry.   The following scholarships are awarded by the Foundation:

TSCRF Scholarships
The Foundation awards scholarships each March to students interested in pursuing a degree in agriculture or an agriculture-related program from an accredited university in Texas or Oklahoma.  2017 applications will be available September 1 and will be due by February 6, 2017   

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Mary & Leonard Stiles Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 2009 by David & Linda Stiles Tansik to honor the legacy of Mary & Leonard Stiles who valued education, and made sure each of their five children received a college education. This scholarship is awarded to a graduating high school student of a family involved in the ranching or farming industry.  Recipients may apply for four years as long as requirements are met.

Large Vet Scholarship
Joe Freeman of Austin, TX worked with the Foundation to establish this scholarship in 2007. Scholarships are awarded annually to 4th year students of Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine who are preparing for careers in large animal medicine. 

For additional information about the TSCRF scholarship program or for information about establishing a scholarship or donating to the program, please contact Deanna Holderith at 817-332-8551 or at dholderith@cowgirl.net.

 


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