Scholarships & Grants
Annually the Arizona 4-H Youth Foundation provides thousands of dollars in college scholarships to 4-H members and alumni. These scholarships provide relief from the ever-growing cost of a higher education. Our Scholarship Committee is comprised of a well-rounded group of individuals with 4-H history, education, business experience and a "give back to the community" spirit. Applicants are rated by the Scholarship Committee on financial need, ability, aptitude, grades, references, 4-H history & involvement along with completeness of applications meeting the criteria for the specific scholarships.
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Please Note: the deadline to submit the 2020-2021 scholarship packet is to be determined by each student's respective county. County deadlines may vary, so be sure to check on your county due dates. The scholarship packet must first be approved and signed by the county 4-H Extension agent, who will then submit it to the Arizona 4-H Youth Foundation Office, date yet to be decided. Please contact your local county agent for more information, or call the 4-H Foundation Office.
Additional Note: The 2020-2021 Arizona 4-H Youth Foundation Scholarship process and dates have changed. The scholarship will be made available through Zingbooks, available as early as late January and due to the AZ 4-H Youth Foundation by April 1, 2021 (actual county deadlines TBD).
In consultation with University of Arizona Cooperative Extension(UACE) employees the Arizona 4-H Youth Foundation seeks financial support to implement Arizona 4-H programs.
- Steps for RFP Process
- AZ 4-H Youth Foundation receives financial support.
- AZ 4-H Youth Foundation staff prepares an RFP.
- AZ 4-H Youth Foundation staff posts RFP on the website.
- UACE staff submit an application for the RFP, and consults with Grants and Contracting Office.
- AZ 4-H Youth Foundation and representative with Grants and Contracting/UACE staff negotiate signed agreement.
- UACE staff complete the program.
- UACE staff submits a report to AZ 4-H Youth Foundation at the completion of the project.