Dawson Adams, of Douglas, has been selected to receive a scholarship from the Georgia Foundation for Agriculture. Adams is one of eight rising college juniors and seniors statewide selected to receive a $2,000 scholarship.
The scholarships recognize deserving and outstanding students who are pursuing a degree in agriculture or an ag-related degree at a college in the University System of Georgia, Berry College or Emmanuel College.
“The Georgia Foundation for Agriculture is committed to investing in the future of Georgia agriculture by offering these scholarships to students who want to pursue a career in agriculture. The foundation is happy to offer scholarships this year to students who plan to become ag teachers, welders, veterinarians, ag mechanics, ag engineers, ag business employees and ag lawyers,” said GFA Board Chairman and GFB President Tom McCall. “Georgia Farm Bureau is proud to support the foundation’s efforts.”
Adams, the son of Ron and Sheila Adams, is a rising junior at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (ABAC) where he is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications with a minor in agribusiness.
During his two years as a student at ABAC, Adams has served as an officer for the ABAC Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow and the ABAC Agripreneurs. He has also served as a social media intern for Sunbelt Ag Expo.
The Georgia Foundation for Agriculture scholarships recognize deserving and outstanding students pursuing an agriculture or ag-related degree at an eligible technical college (such as welding, diesel mechanics, vet tech) or college in the University System of Georgia, Berry College or Emmanuel College. Instructions for applying for the 2022 GFA scholarships will be announced at www.gafoundationag.org/scholarships in January 2022.
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