Hello Educators, Students and Parents:
We are excited to share Oklahoma State University (OSU) in partnership with Northeastern Oklahoma Agriculture and Mechanical College (NEO) are collaborating to provide scholarship and support opportunities for Native American high school students.
OSU and NEO received two grants that will provide support for nine students to earn an Associate’s degree at NEO and continue with a seamless transfer to OSU to complete their dual Bachelor’s degrees, one in Entomology and one in Plant and Soil Sciences. This means each scholar will earn three degrees in four years and will obtain the education necessary to become leaders in food production and sustainability.
The overarching goals of the project(s) are to increase opportunities for Native American students to become skilled individuals who can will contribute to tribal food sustainability and food sovereignty.
- Start Fall 2021 with completion in Spring 2025
- >$30,000 in scholarships per scholar
- Paid summer internships to provide hands -on experiences
- Cohort of nine students progressing through this experience together
- Opportunities to perform research at NEO and OSU
- Senior year travel experience
- Faculty and Student mentors
- Many career path options, from a soil conservationist to a medical doctor
Thank you for helping us to promote this opportunity. We hope that you are able to share it with other guidance counselors, teachers, parents, guardians and students. The deadline to apply is May 2, 2021.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Agriculture
email@example.com | 918-540-6273
Oklahoma State University
Dr. Brian Arnall, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
firstname.lastname@example.org | 405-744-1722
Dr. Wyatt Hoback, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology
email@example.com | 405-744-9403