Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship
Syngenta - Investing in the Future of Ag
The application period for the 2016 Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship is now closed. This past spring, eligible bachelor's and master's level students at eligible land-grant universities were invited to submit a 750- to 1,000-word essay in response to the following topic:
Tell us about a person who inspired you to be rooted in agriculture, and how his or her influence motivated you to pursue a degree and ultimately a career in the industry. How will you pay it forward and encourage others to be rooted in ag?
We are proud to announce the 2016 Regional Prize winners. Please check back in late October for National Prize winner information.
Meet our 2016 Regional Prize Winners
Master's Level, Mid-South Region Winner
Gilma Castillo of University of Florida
Bachelor's Level, Mid-South Region Winner
Abigail Arthaud of Oklahoma State University
Master's Level, Midwest Region Winner
Sharon Perrone of University of Minnesota
Bachelor's Level, Midwest Region Winner
Leah Schwinn of Ohio State University
Master's Level, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Region Winner
Clara Ervin of Virginia Tech University
Bachelor's Level, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Region Winner
Jonathan Stephens of Pennsylvania State University
Master's Level, Western Region Winner
Eduardo Garcia of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Bachelor's Level, Western Region Winner
Elizabeth Warren of Washington State University
Career Opportunities for Recent College Grads
Syngenta offers a wide array of developmental programs for recent college graduates. These programs are designed to recruit and train the highly qualified employees that make Syngenta a world class agribusiness.
Internships and Mentoring
It's never too early to get connected with Syngenta. In addition to the challenging and rewarding career opportunities we offer, there are many ways that students can develop a relationship with Syngenta while still in school.