Alberta Holstein Association Scholarship Program
Up to $2000 will be awarded at the discretion of the youth committee to students who have completed the first year of university or college and are returning to school within the calendar year. Scholarships are awarded annually at the Branch Annual Meeting in February.
Scholarship Application Requirements
Past Scholarship Recipients
2020- Sylvia Slingerland
2018- Emma Van Steekelenburg & Cayleigh Haagsma
2017- Chandler Hofstra, Matt Hummel, Maryje Bikker, David Aebersold
2016- Mike Hummel
2015- Jos Bikker, Shelby Devet, Lee Morey, Brandi Reck
2014- Emilie Baerends, Jamie Hummel, Casey Morey, Tilly van den Pol
2013- Chance Hofstra, Breanne Knull, Henriet van de Brake, Edith Wouters
2012- Annerie Kassies, Keith Kozak, Maaike van Kuilenburg
2011- Peter Jakobsen, Michelle Schuurman, Erin Logmann, Mirjam Stigter
2010- Carien Huyzer, Katelyn Kozak, Damian Stamm, Yasmine Voegeli
2009- Arisjan Appel, Nathan Knull, Metty & Jan van de Brake
2008- Aukje Appel, Dennis Klugkist, Gijs van den Broek
2007- Lee Simanton, Silvan Stamm, Djoeke van den Pol, Pascale Wouters
2006- Stephanie Schakel, Sandra Simanton, Nathan Tyler, Jeanette Wouters
2005- Janelle Grunwald, Geerdiene Hijlkema, Kim Rietveld, Kenton Rommens
2004- Bruno Schwizer, Christine Hofstra, Craig Fenske, Laura Schuurman
2003- Kathryn McDowell, Leanne Hillis, Amanda Taylor
2002- Daniel Hummel, Markus Hehli, Jessica Simanton, Linda Rietveld
Holstein Canada Scholarship
Each fall, six $1000 Education Awards are offered by Holstein Canada, 1 of which is to be awarded to a student from Western Canada. Farm involvement & work experience, youth program involvement, career choice and scholastic record are included in the consideration breakdown for successful applicants.
Five awards of $1000 are also available with the Bovine Medicine Awards, recognizing 1 student from each of the 5 Canadian Veterinary Colleges for their scholastic achievements.
Visit the Holstein Canada Awards page for applications & further details.