Texas Corn Producers Association (TCPA) is pleased to announce its 2020 student scholarship recipients.

The TCPA student scholarship is awarded to high school seniors and college students. Two high school seniors and two college students will each receive a $1,000 scholarship, which can be put toward furthering their academic careers.

High School Recipients:

  • Carolyn Trevino of Franklin, Texas, attends Franklin High School. Carolyn plans to study agricultural economics at Texas A&M University in the fall.
  • Luke Read of Temple, Texas, attends Belton High School. Luke plans to study biological and agricultural engineering at Texas A&M University in the fall.

College Recipients:

  • Chris Barron of College Station, Texas, is a freshman at Texas A&M University studying plant and environmental soil science.
  • JB Stegall of Dalhart, Texas, is a junior at Texas A&M University and is studying agricultural systems management.

“We are proud of the applicants and would like to congratulate the 2021 TCPA student scholarship recipients,” Hannah Dast, education director for TCPA, said. “We look forward to the impact these students will make on the agriculture industry in their future.”

Scholarship winners are TCPA student members who submitted an essay on a current issue facing corn farmers. These qualified individuals represent hard work, dedication and commitment to success.

TCPA wishes the best of luck to this year’s recipients in their future endeavors. Visit https://texascorn.org/education/scholarships/ for details on TCPA scholarships and other opportunities for student members. Application details on TCPA’s annual scholarship program will be posted in the coming months.

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