Curriculum for Agricultural Sciences Education (CASE) is excited to announce that 170 outstanding agriculture teachers have been selected to receive scholarships to attend this summer’s institutes. These scholarship recipients were selected from a nationwide pool of applicants. Thanks to multiple generous sponsors, the selected teachers have the opportunity to obtain their CASE certifications at little to no cost.
These invaluable scholarships allow teachers to not only expand their curriculum resources and tools, but also allow the teachers to positively impact the lives of their students by opening doors to individualized instruction, with a primary focus on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
"CASE has always been my primary resource for educating students about the science of agriculture,” said Mia Sullivan, agriculture teacher at Heritage High School, in Tennessee, and recipient of a 2019 Cargill CASE Institute Scholarship. “I am thrilled to be able to participate in the CASE ASP training this summer to be able to bring a new pathway to our agricultural education program at Heritage High School. This is an amazing opportunity that Cargill has sponsored not only for me but my students. They will now be able to go beyond the who and what of basic plant science and dive in to the how and why of plant science, and I love that."
With the aid of these scholarships, more students will have the opportunity to experience the science of agriculture and be able to apply the knowledge and skills they gain to their real lives. Thank you again to our sponsors for providing these opportunities to agriculture teachers.
2019 AEM, EDA, and FEMA CASE Institute Scholarship Recipients
Thirty-five agricultural educators were selected to receive assistance with their CASE Institute registration With the goal of supporting workforce development and sparking student interest in the equipment manufacturing industry, the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), in partnership with the Equipment Dealers Association (EDA) and the Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association (FEMA) generously sponsored Agricultural Power and Technology (APT) and Mechanical Systems in Agriculture (MSA) CASE Institute scholarships for agriculture teachers. Click here to view the scholarship recipients.
2019 Cargill CASE Institute Scholarship Recipients
Thirty agricultural educators were selected to receive assistance with their CASE Institute registration thanks to the generous support of Cargill as a special project of the National FFA Foundation. Follow this link to view the scholarship recipients.
2019 CHS Foundation CASE Institute Scholarship Recipients
Fifty-five agricultural educators were selected to receive CASE Institute scholarships from the CHS Foundation as a special project of the National FFA Foundation. Click here to view the scholarship recipients.
2019 Farm Credit East CASE Institute Scholarship Recipients
Twenty-eight agricultural educators were selected to receive assistance with their CASE Institute registration. The Farm Credit East scholarships were directed specifically for agricultural educators in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island. CASE is grateful to Farm Credit East for their support. Follow this link to view the scholarship recipients.
CASE Multi-Year Grant Program for Pathway Completion
CASE would also like to recognize the 22 selected agriculture teachers who received the 2018 CASE Pathway Adoption Grant. Funding for this program was provided by a USDA Professional Development Opportunity for Secondary School Teachers (PD-STEP) grant. The selected teachers are in their second year of professional development training with CASE, to complete the Animal or Plant Science Pathway in their agriculture programs. Click here for more information about this unique opportunity and to see who the grant recipients are.
Again, congratulations to all CASE Scholarship recipients. We hope this summer’s institutes shine a new light on your programs and allow your students to thrive in their agricultural endeavors.
Thanks again for the support from our generous sponsors.