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Robert (Bob) L. Ross scholarship open for applications
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Robert (Bob) L. Ross Scholarship open for applications
One farmer will be awarded $4,500 to support their education with CTEAM
Guelph, ON (July 9, 2019) – Canadian farmers will again have an opportunity to win the Robert L. Ross Memorial Scholarship to attend the CTEAM program. CTEAM, which stands for Canadian Total Excellence in Agricultural Management, teaches farmers detailed financial, marketing and human relations management skills, using their own operation as a case study. The program is offered across Canada by Agri-Food Management Excellence.
Robert (Bob) Ross was instrumental in guiding the CTEAM program, inspiring and encouraging farm management excellence across Canada through his leadership and passion for the agricultural community. Bob fought a courageous battle with cancer, passing in March 2014.
As a tribute to his passion, leadership and legacy, the Robert L. Ross Memorial Scholarship was established, rewarding a farmer with the opportunity to participate in the CTEAM program and continue on a path towards excellence, as inspired by Canada’s leading experts and a one-of-a-kind support network of peers and colleagues.
This year the $4,500 scholarship, is available to be applied towards CTEAM tuition and travel. The successful applicants can choose to attend CTEAM starting in December 2019. Applicants must be more than 21 years of age and possess passion and devotion to excellence in farm business management.
The deadline for scholarship applications is Sept. 15, 2019.
Applications can be downloaded at www.agrifoodtraining.com.
About Agri-Food Management Excellence Inc.
Agri-Food Management Excellence (AME) is inspired by empowering people to realize their
goals. We empower farmers, ranchers and other agribusiness professionals through leading
edge courses delivered in an unconventional format. It is Canada’s only national farm
management learning program.
Heather Broughton, Principal
Larry Martin, Principal