Scholarships & Opportunities
Generation Angus Trans-Tasman Scholarship
The exchange is offered to one person annually. The trip is intending for an applicant that is looking to kick start their interest (not necessarily an industry established person) and for that person to grow their knowledge to include a global perspective.
Depending on which option the recipient chooses the trip will be in January or September. The duration may be no longer than two months and no shorter than one. The recipient will visit Angus Studs, Commercial Operation, Feed Lots and attend other industry events and field days.
Beef + Lamb New Zealand International Beef Alliance Scholarship
Every year a young New Zealander is sponsored by Beef + Lamb New Zealand to represent their country as a delegate at the International Beef Alliance (IBA) conference. You’ll join the New Zealand delegation and will be accompanied by the person who won the scholarship last year (so, in your second year, you’ll get to go along again).
The conference allows the recipient to be involved in discussions with other beef producers from around the world on what is happening in the beef industry globally and issues such as trade, sustainability and animal welfare.
RAS Rural Ambassador Award
The Rural Ambassador award aims to highlight the importance of youth in rural NZ and in particular the agricultural show movement. The award provides a great opportunity to give young people a forum to express their views through education and experience and develop closer links with the primary industries in NZ.
RAS/FCAS Junior Judging and Handling
Open to 15-25 year olds who qualify by competing in regional events held in each district of the RAS. Regional winners then go onto the National Final which decides the New Zealand Representative for the Trans-Tasman final. To find out more and how to qualify for your regional final contact your Regional RAS council or local A&P Show
Canterbury A&P Show Herdsperson Awards
Competitors compete in the Paraders/Handlers Competition and the Youth Judging Competion, as well as this the have an interview and are awarded points for their participation and presentation throughout the show. The points gained from these sections are totalled to find an overall winner.
THE JUNIOR SECTION WINNER will receive $500 (sponsored by Agrisea NZ Ltd) to travel to Palmerston North to compete in the Future Beef Hoof & Hook competition.
THE SENIOR SECTION WINNER will receive The Lady Isaac Scholarship of $1000 to travel to Canberra Royal Show where they must compete.
Kelloggs Rural Leadership Course
The Kellogg Rural Leaders Programme is a widely recognised and respected programme that develops leaders within the primary sector.
It’s for people who are starting out in leadership – as well as those who want to extend their leadership roles. Participants come from all areas of the rural sector – from rural bankers to farmers and vets to rural extension officers.
You’ll gain personal leadership skills, confidence and a deeper understanding of the New Zealand primary sector. And you’ll enjoy connecting with a diverse group of people from right across the primary industries.