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Emily McIntosh honored with TCC award

 
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Emily McIntosh

An Austin Peay State University student has been awarded a scholarship by the Tennessee Council of Cooperatives (TCC).

Emily McIntosh, a Clarksville junior pursuing a bachelor’s degree with a double major in agriculture and business, recently was awarded the $500 scholarship.

She is currently self-employed at Serendipity Stables in Clarksville, where she trains horses and provides riding lessons. Her agriculture experience includes riding horses for more than 12 years and serving as a working student in Portugal for six months.

After graduation, McIntosh plans to continue training horses and travel to Germany to be a working student specializing in dressage, a type of horse riding.

The daughter of Doug and JoAnn McIntosh, she is a member of the Kentucky and Tennessee Equestrian Association, United States Dressage Federation and the United States Equestrian Federation.

The TCC sponsors six college scholarships for agricultural students from each of the state’s four-year agriculture programs: APSU; Middle Tennessee State University; Tennessee Technological University; the University of Tennessee, Knoxville; the University of Tennessee, Martin; and Tennessee State University.

To be considered for the $500 scholarship, the student must be a Tennessee citizen, enrolled in a college of agriculture, maintain an overall grade-point average of 2.5 on a 4-point scale and be classified as a junior.

For more information about the TCC scholarship, visit online at tennesseecouncilofcoops.org.


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