JAMES D. MILLER SCHOLARSHIP

JAMES D. MILLER SCHOLARSHIP
James D. Miller and his wife, Ellen, had a lifetime interest in agriculture in Dawson County, beginning with 4-H and continuing until their retirement from the farm in 1974. Jim died in 1996, leaving a bequest which is the basis of this scholarship. Jim and Ellen were very frugal and had no children of their own. He wanted this scholarship to encourage and help Lexington graduates planning a career in agriculture.
QUALIFICATIONS
A graduate that is from a farm or ranch background.
Preference given to students enrolled at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln or the University’s College of Technical Agriculture at Curtis.
Further preference is given to those pursuing a farm or ranch career or one that will serve rural communities.

AWARD AMOUNT
$1000 renewable for 4 years
AWARD DISBURSEMENT
Money will be paid from the Lexington Community Foundation the second semester with verified 1st semester grades to the college.

Award
$1,000.00
Deadline
02/28/2022