New Jersey recipients
•Kaitlyn Eachus, of Elmer, N.J., plans to attend Cumberland County College to major in agribusiness/dairy science. She will be working toward a career as a dairy herd manager.
•Peter Etsch, of Monroe Township, N.J., attends Delaware Valley College where he is studying crop science as he works toward a career as a farm owner/manager.
•Tyler Gravatt, of Allentown, N.J., plans to attend the University of Delaware to study mechanical engineering. Tyler plans a career as a mechanical engineer.
New York recipients
•Claire Mulligan, of Avon, N.Y., is studying animal science at Cornell University as she works toward a career in agribusiness.
•Marissa Rice, of Avon, N.Y., plans to study biology/pre-vet at Cornell University. Marissa aspires to become a large animal veterinarian.
•Maxwell Russell, of Appleton, N.Y., attends Cornell University where he majors in applied economics and management. Maxwell plans to become a farm owner/manager.
•Clyde Sammons, of Johnstown, N.Y., will attend Cornell University to major in animal science. Clyde plans a career in dairy herd and crop management.
•Greer Doody, of Tully, N.Y., will be majoring in natural resource conservation at SUNY Morrisville State College. Her career goal is to become a conservation planner.
•Danielle Teed, of Watkins Glen, N.Y., is attending Alfred State SUNY College of Technology where she majors in veterinary technology. Danielle aspires to become a large animal veterinarian.
•Stephanie Genrich, of Rochester, N.Y., attends The Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute where she is majoring in garden center and greenhouse management with an eye toward a career as a farm manager.
•Jenna Hill, of Clyde, N.Y., is working towards a career as a large animal veterinarian at Houghton College, where she majors in biology/pre-vet.
•Mary-Elizabeth Foote, of Hartford, N.Y., is attending Penn State University where she majors in agricultural education and extension. She aspires to a career in agricultural communications.
•Sam McDermott, of Granville, N.Y., is working towards a career in produce distribution at Cornell University where he majors in food science.
•Leann Green, of Troupsburg, N.Y., is majoring in agricultural communications at SUNY Cobleskill. Leann plans a career as an agriculture educator.
•Stephen Pennings, of Warwick, N.Y., attends Cornell University where he majors in agricultural sciences. He is working towards a career in agribusiness.
•Eric Putman, of Heuvelton, N.Y., is working towards a doctorate of veterinary medicine at Purdue University. He plans a career as a farm owner/large animal veterinarian.
•Kendra Ellis, of Astoria, N.Y., attends Cornell University where she majors in agriculture science. Kendra is working towards a career as a farm owner/manager.
•Tristan Keil, of Mattituck, N.Y., will be attending Cornell University to major in animal science as he works towards a career as a large animal veterinarian.
•Rayne Paddock, of Remsen, N.Y., majors in dairy science at Cornell University. Rayne aspires to become a farm owner/manager.
•Quade Kirk, of Ava, N.Y., attends SUNY Cobleskill. Quade majors in agricultural business as he works toward a career in agricultural sales.
Farm Credit East scholarships are for college-bound students with career aspirations in agriculture, forest products and commercial fishing. To be a candidate for a 2014 scholarship, contact a Farm Credit East branch office or visit https://farmcrediteast.com
. Applications will be available in January 2014.