Scholarship Applications Accepted Through May 15

Syngenta invites university students earning degrees in crop-related disciplines to compete for more than $20,000 in scholarships.

Linda Millet was the recipient of a Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship in 2014
Linda Millet was the recipient of a Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship in 2014.
The application period for the annual Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship is open until May 15, and Syngenta encourages eligible university students to apply. Drawing upon their education, background, unique skills and goals, applicants must submit an essay that develops an implementation plan for one of the six commitments comprising The Good Growth Plan:

  • Make crops more efficient
  • Rescue more farmland
  • Help biodiversity flourish
  • Empower smallholders
  • Help people stay safe
  • Look after every worker

Undergraduate and graduate university students pursuing degrees in crop-related disciplines are eligible to compete for $20,000 in scholarship awards.