Mandan, ND – May 19, 2020 – Five area high school seniors have each been awarded a $1000 scholarship from Farm Credit Services of Mandan. Amanda Brusseau, Seth Berg, Blake Rafferty, Jayden MacDonald, and Rachael Bosserman were chosen for their outstanding scholastic and leadership achievements during high school.
Amanda Brusseau, daughter of Chad and Carol Brusseau, Dickinson, plans to major in Communications at University of Mary, Bismarck. Seth Berg, son of Reese and Gail Berg, Mandan, will be attending North Dakota State University, Fargo for Ag Finance. Blake Rafferty, son of Shannon and Natalie Rafferty, Regent, will be going to University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, for Meteorology. Jayden MacDonald, son of Jerilyn and Will MacDonald, Bismarck, plans to major in Ag Education at NDSU. Rachael Bosserman, daughter of Jason and Julie Bosserman, Golva, will be attending Dickinson State University, Dickinson for Ag Sales.
The independent Farm Credit Services associations headquartered in Fargo, Mandan, and Minot award scholarships annually to students entering college in the fall. Recipients must be from a farming and ranching family or be planning to pursue a career in farming or some other aspect of agriculture. Selection is based on academic record, personal attributes, vocational promise, leadership and financial need.
Farm Credit Services of Mandan is a member-owned cooperative that supports agriculture and rural communities with reliable, consistent credit and financial services. The Mandan association serves a twenty-county area in southwestern North Dakota, with full-time offices in Beulah, Bowman, Carson, Dickinson, Mandan, Mott, Washburn, and Wishek