Tom Cranswick

Applications are now Closed

Farmlands shareholders and the children of shareholders and staff are invited to apply for a $2,000 study grant to assist in their primary sector studies.

Applications must be made online at the Farmlands careers site. As you work through the online application process you will be prompted to answer a series of questions. You will need an up to date CV, a letter of application and information pertaining to your proposed course of study.

Please read the eligibility criteria below carefully prior to making an application.

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To be eligible for consideration you must be:

  • Aged 25 or under, as at 30 June 2020

  • A Farmlands shareholder or child of a Farmlands shareholder or staff member, whose shareholding or employment has been continuous for two years or more

  • Currently undertaking a course of tertiary study that is directly associated to the New Zealand rural/primary sector and intending to continue study in 2021 (note: applicants who have not yet commenced their first year of tertiary study are not eligible to apply


If you have any questions please contact careers@farmlands.co.nz or  Stacey Flintoff at (03) 357 3433.


   

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T he Memorial Award is in honour of Tom Cranswick, a founding Farmlands Director and Chairman of 20 years, whose passion and dedication helped establish Farmlands.

The Cranswick family has been hugely supportive of Farmlands and it is an honour to offer this award in his memory.




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