The Society offers grants and scholarships to New Zealanders who are contributing to the agricultural industry. The scholarship award amounts vary but are designed to showcase and support research and technology that could have am impact on the agricultural sector. Alongside the agricultural research scholarships, the Society is also committed to creating opportunities for young leaders who are interested in the events industry.
Society scholarship recipients
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New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays Sir Don Llewellyn Scholarship
The New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays Sir Don Llewellyn Scholarship was established in conjunction with the University of Waikato, to assist students to undertake research at the University with a specific focus on the agricultural sector. The one-year Scholarship carries a value of $22,000 for students to use towards course-related expenses.
New Zealand National Fieldays Society St Pauls Collegiate Scholarship
This academic course exposes St Paul’s students to the wide range of skills required and the opportunities available in the primary sector up to and beyond the farm gate. It is offered at NCEA Levels 2 and 3 and has been designed for students who excel in science and commerce.
New Zealand National Fieldays Society Future Leaders Program
Our Future Leaders Program creates an opportunity for leadership training for ambitious and passionate young men and women with an interest in a wider mix of agricultural and rural endeavours to grow with the Society, becoming involved with, and understanding the ethos of the organisation.
Doug and Kaye Baldwin Event Management Scholarships with Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec)
The Doug and Kaye Baldwin Scholarships was established in 2016 by the Society and is awarded yearly to two Wintec student for their third year of study and who demonstrates academic excellence and flair in event management.
Hyundai Pinnacle Programme sponsored by New Zealand National Fieldays Society
Sponsored by the New Zealand National Fieldays Society the Hyundai Pinnacle programme provides support and development for 15-18 year olds across sports, the arts, science, music, business and much, much more.