2024 ADI Ag Scholarship Winners Announced

ADI is happy to announce that five exceptional students have been awarded the annual ADI Ag Scholarship, each receiving $1500 to support their academic pursuits. 

Since its establishment in 2018, the ADI Scholarship has been dedicated to recognizing and nurturing the talents of graduating high school seniors who demonstrate impressive academics, a strong dedication to the agriculture community, and a commitment to pursuing higher education in agriculture.

“ADI is honored to be able to support some exceptional ag students as they further their education and become the next generation of industry leaders,” said Jordan Stults, Director Human Resources.

Meet the 2024 Scholarship Winners

Logan Helling, Macoupin County
Logan, a graduating senior from Bunker Hill High School, has an outstanding academic record and a commitment to agriculture through her leadership roles in FFA and 4-H. She plans to pursue a degree in Horticulture and Cultivation at Lincoln Land Community College in Springfield.

Michelle Reese, Douglas County
Michelle, a senior at Tuscola Community High School, has shown outstanding leadership as FFA President and received numerous awards including the FFA State Degree. She plans to attend Lake Land College to study Agriculture Business and Supply, aiming to support the growth and development of the agriculture industry.

Kyle Bradshaw, Pike County

Kyle, a senior at Pittsfield High School, has excelled academically and held numerous leadership roles in FFA, including Section 13 President. He plans to major in Agriculture Business, starting at John Wood Community College and transferring to Texas A&M University, to enhance his family business and contribute to the agricultural industry overall.

Michael Myers, Pike County

Michael, a senior at Griggsville-Perry High School is an Illinois State Scholar and FFA Sentinel. He plans to study Engineering Technology and Management for Agricultural Systems at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


Wyatt McClintock, Pike County

Wyatt, a senior at Pittsfield High School, has demonstrated exceptional academic achievement and leadership roles as FFA Vice President. He plans to attend John Wood Community College for Agriculture Science and then transfer to a four-year university to major in either Crop Science or Animal Science, aiming to contribute to the agriculture industry as a field agronomist or beef cattle nutritionist.

About the ADI Scholarship Program

Scholarships are awarded based on a holistic review of each applicant’s academics, financial need, involvement in agriculture, character, personality, and leadership. Every year, our scholarship committee is impressed by the number of qualified applicants, showcasing the bright future of the agricultural industry.

Celebrating Future Leaders

ADI extends its warmest congratulations to the 2024 scholarship recipients and wishes them all the best in their future endeavors. These scholarships are not just financial aids; they are investments in the future of agriculture. We believe that with the support and education, these students will drive innovation, sustainability, and growth within the agricultural sector.

Stay tuned to our blog and social media channels for updates on the journeys of these remarkable students and other exciting initiatives from ADI.

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