2017 Gemperle Family Farms Scholarships Awarded to Six Outstanding Students

Gemperle Family Farms 2017 Scholarships Awarded to Six Outstanding Students

Gemperle scholarship and the Gemperle Farms Scholarship

Gemperle Farms is proud to announce the 2017 recipients of the Gemperle Farms Scholarship. The scholarships are awarded through the Stanislaus Community Foundation in a competitive application process. Six outstanding students received at total of $6000 in scholarships to be used in the 2016-17 academic year.

Daisy Santana $1000 (2nd year recipient)  Currently attends CSU Stanislaus. Daughter of Juan Santana.

Gerardo Santana – $1000. Currently UC Davis Junior. Son of Juan Santana)

Julia Correa – $1000. Current Delhi H.S. student intending to attend CSU Stanislaus. Daughter of Humberto Correa.

Charley Baptista – $1000. Current Turlock H.S. student intending to attending Cal Poly. Daughter of  Les Baptista.

Janelly Zarco – $1000. Current Central Valley H.S. student intending to attend CSU Stanislaus. Daughter of Heriberto L. Zarco)
Daniel Santana –  $1000. Current Modesto Junior College freshman. Son of Jose A Santana.

The Gemperle Family wishes these students success in their education and career choices.

The Gemperle Family has always been advocates of highers education. Helping our employees send their kids to college is one of the greatest gifts of gratitude we can give to those who have helped make our company successful. Our philosophy stands strong with the idea that “When you change someone’s life with education, you have an impact for generations to come.”

To see the Gemperle Farms Scholarship fund profile, go to the Scholarship section of the Gemperle Family Farms website .  To find out more information on other scholarships and grants visit  the Stanislaus Community Foundation website.

About the Gemperle Farms Scholarship Fund
The Gemperle Family Farms Scholarship Fund is available to the children and grandchildren of current employees who have been employed for a minimum of three continuous years. The applicant must attend an accredited two or four-year college or university, have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and maintain a continuous, full-time enrollment of at least 12 units per semester. Finalists are all selected by the Stanislaus Community Foundation selection committee and were selected based on financial need, academic merit and personal statement. The scholarship can be used towards education expenses such as tuition, institutional fees, books and school supplies. The six week application process opens in the beginning of January and closes on or about the first of April each year.

About Stanislaus Community Foundation
Stanislaus Community Foundation is an independent, 501(c)3 public charity.  Since its inception in 2002, Stanislaus Community Foundation has granted more than $11 million in charitable funds to nonprofits and scholarship recipients in Stanislaus County. They have provided over $335,000 in scholarships to local college-bound students.






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