Industry Scholarship Application
About the Scholarship
Under Idaho State Code, the Idaho Grape Growers and Wine Producers Commission is charged with encouraging the planting and development of native vineyards and the production of wines from grapes, fruits and berries grown in Idaho. The Idaho Wine Education Scholarship will further that goal by assisting with the education of individuals interested in Idaho viticulture and enology. It is the Commission’s hope that in turn, selected applicants will use the knowledge obtained to participate in the growth of the Idaho wine industry.

The Idaho Wine Education Scholarship may be used to further the recipient’s education in viticulture and enology by means of an educational seminar, trade school, or 4-year accredited college. The use of the scholarship funds must be in relation to viticulture or enology in some aspect. Some examples also include Washington State University viticulture/enology certificate programs, Walla Walla Community College viticulture/enology programs or UC Davis Short Courses.

Scholarship Amount
Based on available funding in scholarship fund & cost of applicant's program.

Who’s Eligible?
 Idaho Wine Industry participating assessment paying members.

Requirements for Reimbursement
1 - Accept that funds will be awarded after the final report and receipts have been submitted.
2 - Submit all receipts applicable for education reimbursement.
3 -Write & Submit a final report summary of the most pertinent information after completion of course

Questions - contact Brenna - brenna@idahowines.org

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Name *
Winery/Vineyard/Cidery Name *
Name of Course  *
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