TAG: HortScholars

AmericanHort announces recipients of its HortScholars program

June 20, 2018By

AmericanHort announced the recipients of its 2018 HortScholars program. The HortScholars program aims to identify future leaders and give them a platform to network, grow and work at the North America horticulture event, Cultivate ’18. The program chooses six applicants each year and offers a beyond-the-classroom experience, according to AmericanHort. “AmericanHort received an unprecedented number of applicants from across the... read more

Registration opens for HortScholar program

December 2, 2016By

The AmericanHort HortScholars program is accepting applications through March 1. The program is open to any student pursuing a horticulture-related degree and includes all degree levels, from associate’s to Ph.D. With paid meals, lodging and registration, HortScholars will spend seven days in Columbus, Ohio, assisting with the behind-the-scenes logistics of preparing the Columbus Convention Center for Cultivate’17, AmericanHort’s annual trade show and educational... read more

2015 HortScholars selected

June 22, 2015By

AmericanHort selected six students to serve as this year’s HortScholars. The goal of the HortScholars program is to provide students with professional development experience that increases their knowledge, industry awareness and career enthusiasm, AmericanHort said. This year’s HortScholars include: Sarah Leach Smith, University of Delaware; Bobby Nance, Virginia Tech; Madeline Olberg, Purdue University; Nick Sobecki, Ohio University; Emily Teng, University of... read more

AmericanHort selects 2014 HortScholars

May 19, 2014By

AmericanHort selected six students to serve as the year’s HortScholars, whom include: Marie Arnold, The Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute; Nicholas Flax, Iowa State University; Jessica Kivett, Kansas State University; Justin Kondrat, Cornell University; Katie Nickolaus, Michigan State University; and James Sacco, University of Massachusetts Amherst. The goal of the HortScholars program is to provide six students with a... read more