2022 HT Scholarship Program

Scholarship Program Details

Application deadline for our 2022 program is July 22, 2022.

Huron Tractor is pleased to be offering four (4) Scholarships of $1750 each. To submit an application, please complete the Application Form and email to: hr@hurontractor.com. Scholarship winners will be selected by August 19th, 2022.


Huron Tractor is committed to excellence in education in the pursuit of higher learning through post-secondary education, and the long-term sustainability of Ontario Agriculture. In support of our commitment to education, and our community, Huron Tractor offers a scholarship fund for applicants that are enrolled for the first year in Full-Time undergraduate and/or graduate Agricultural programs at a recognized post-secondary educational institution.


  1. Preference will be given to applicants who reside in Huron Tractor's trade area.
  2. Huron Tractor scholarship applicants must be enrolling into their first year at a recognized post-secondary educational institution in an agricultural program, and must be taking a full course load.
  3. Huron Tractor scholarship applicants will be required to provide proof of enrollment at the recognized post-secondary educational institution, indicating their full-time status, and proof of payment.
  4. Huron Tractor reserves the right to award scholarships at the sole discretion of the company, and will base the decision on several factors, including grades, eligibility, and information contained within the required essays.


  1. Applicants to the Huron Tractor scholarship fund will be required to submit a completed application form, complete with a transcript of their previous academic grades earned.
  2. Huron Tractor scholarships will be awarded at the discretion of the company, and will be merit-based. The maximum amount awarded shall be four (4) Scholarships worth $1750 each. The scholarship program will run yearly.
  3. Huron Tractor scholarship application forms are located on the Huron Tractor website at www.hurontractor.com
  4. Completed forms should be submitted to Huron Tractor’s Human Resources Manager.
  5. Applications will be reviewed and decided upon by an independent Scholarship Selection Committee.
  6. Huron Tractor Ltd. doesn’t guarantee employment for scholarship recipients; however, we may give recipients preferential consideration following the completion of their studies and/or for summer or co-op work terms.

2021 Award Recipients

August 2021 | Huron Tractor, Exeter
Pictured from left to right: Brad Sheeler, Nick Studnicka, and Cam Barton from Huron Tractor, presenting cheques to scholarship recipients Jessica Brock, Mira Carter, Dakota Dawdy, Megan Fox, and Madison Saunders. Absent recipients: Emma Hilder, Alexus Mardling, and Cole Snobelen.
Jessica Brock

Staffa, ON
University of Guelph | Food and Agriculture Business
Mira Carter

Clinton, ON
University of Guelph | Bachelor of Science in Agriculture - Animal Science
Dakota Dawdy

Iona Station, ON
Ridgetown College | Agriculture Diploma
Cole Snobelen

Ripley, ON
Ridgetown College | Agriculture Diploma

Four post-secondary education scholarships were also awarded internally to Huron Tractor employee’s children.
Megan Fox

Exeter, ON
Canadore College | Motive Power Fundamentals

Megan is the daughter of Victoria Fox, Custodian at Huron Tractor, Exeter.
Emma Hilder

St.Thomas, ON
Fanshawe College | Animation Diploma

Emma is the daughter of Charlotte Hilder, Parts Manager at Huron Tractor, St.Thomas.
Alexus Mardling

Chatham, ON
Trent University | Honours Arts, Sociology - Criminology & Socio-legal Studies

Alexus is the daughter of Shawn Mardling, Parts Manager at Huron Tractor, Chatham.
Madison Saunders

Chatsworth, ON
Nipissing University | Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Madison is the daughter of Billie-Jo Saunders, Service Writer at Huron Tractor, Chatsworth.

The award recipients were selected at the discretion of an independent scholarship selection committee, with consideration to factors such as grades, eligibility, and essay submission information. Candidates had to be enrolling for their first-year into a full-time, undergraduate and/or graduate Agricultural program at a recognized post-secondary educational institution. The annual Huron Tractor Scholarship Program was introduced in June 2018, as a reflection of our commitment to excellence in education and the long-term sustainability of Ontario Agriculture.