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Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship

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Syngenta Agriculture Scholarship

Syngenta celebrates diversity in agriculture through support of FarmHer and other initiatives that promote the critical role everyone, including all underrepresented groups, plays in the success of the industry. Are you a college student who values the importance of diversity in ag?

If so, we invite you to compete for a portion of $20,0001 in available awards to help grow your future.

What do you need to do?

Complete the online application form (see ‘Apply Here’ link below) by May 26, 2017. Within the application, you will be required to submit a 750- to 1,000-word essay in response to the following topic:

What does diversity in agriculture mean to you? Share your perspective on the importance of diversity and inclusion to the future of the industry. Discuss opportunities for Syngenta and other industry leaders to foster and encourage diversity in ag.


Meet our 2016 National Prize Winners

Sharon Perrone

Master’s Level, National Winner
Sharon Perrone of University of Minnesota

“There are two things in life that greatly humble me: the devotion of a teacher, and the kindness of strangers. Both of these things have inspired me to pay it forward.”

Read Sharon's Essay

Abigail Arthaud

Bachelor's Level, National Winner
Abigail Arthaud of Oklahoma State University

“Through my dad’s example, I learned that working in agriculture requires patience (and a lot of it!). However, the end reward – helping to provide food for the world – is worth it.”

Read Abigail's Essay

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.

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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.

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