Shawnee Mission, Kan., April 18, 2019— Seaboard Foods awarded $1,000 scholarships to five students who are pursuing technical degrees at Garden City Community College, Seward County Community College or Dodge County Community College.
Braxton Chenoweth, Tyson Gill, Andrew Kreutzer and James Ortiz are all studying welding technology at Garden City Community College in Garden City, Kan. Omar Camacho is studying natural gas compression technology at Seward County Community College in Liberal, Kan.
"Seaboard Foods embraces and encourages students to further their educational goals," says Duke Sand, president and chief executive officer of Seaboard Foods. "Congratulations and best of luck to all students who earned the scholarship award."
Seaboard Foods supports students with technical degrees, recognizing that technical degrees can lead to valuable career paths for students.
To view the 2019 scholarship recipients for the community scholarship, technical scholarship and children of employees scholarship, please visit seaboardfoods.com/scholarships.
About Seaboard Foods As part of a uniquely connected food system, Seaboard Foods relentlessly seeks a better way to produce wholesome Prairie Fresh® pork by purposely connecting every step between its farms and family tables around the world. Operating in six states and employing more than 5,000 people, Seaboard Foods' continued commitment to creating the most sought-after pork ensures the well-being of its animals, the environment, employees and the communities they call home. Headquartered the Kansas City Metro, products sold domestically are marketed under the Prairie Fresh® pork brand and internationally under the Seaboard Farms® brand.