Golden State Farm Credit Scholarship Program

2021 GSFC Scholarship Application - Click Here

Golden State Farm Credit offers scholarships to graduating high school seniors and full-time college students within our territories of service, studying agriculture at a college/university or attending a trade school to obtain a certification that will serve the agricultural industry. We are currently accepting 2021 scholarship applications for any student who qualifies; please review the requirements and application for detailed information. The deadline to apply has been extended to Friday, April 23, 2021.

All completed applications must be received via email to No hard copy or late applications will be accepted. If you have any questions or need assistance with the application, please contact Kris Costa at or 530.571.4160.

Golden State Farm Credit 2020 Scholarship Recipients

Golden State Farm Credit is continuing to support the future of agriculturalists by awarding a total of $9,800 to students, in pursuit of careers in agriculture.

Name Major College Attending
 Audra Brown
Equine Therapy
Colorado State University
 Braeden Southam Ag Systems Management Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
Garrin Schaap Bio Resources and
Agricultural Engineering
Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
George Amaro Welding Butte College
Hanna Parisio Agricultural Business Feather River College
Karly Guerrero Animal Science CSU, Fresno
Mason Justice Environmental Economics and
Policy & Agricultural Business
Oregon State University
Rebecca Fleming Agricultural Business CSU, Chico
Reed Pritchard Agriculture Education CSU, Chico
Shaley Jackson Veterinary Medicine Midwestern University 
Stephanie Mills Agriculture Education CSU, Chico
Taylor Gallaty Agricultural Business CSU, Chico
Tessa Flournoy Animal Science and
Agricultural Business
CSU, Chico
Tommie Gallaty Agricultural Business Shasta College

Golden State Farm Credit is dedicated to helping young people achieve careers in farming and agriculture. We congratulate each winner and wishes them the best of luck as they pursue their educational goals.