Mitchell Schroepfer, of Birnamwood, was selected to receive one of two 2017 National FFA Scholarships sponsored by Riesterer & Schnell.
The scholarship is worth $2,000 toward the 2017-2018 academic school year.
Schroepfer graduated from Antigo High School in May with a 4.0 GPA. He plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he will pursue a degree in Agricultural Systems Management with the goal of one day becoming a product manager for an agricultural technology company.
Schroepfer is a member of the Antigo FFA Chapter, and his advisor is Adam Kohn.
In his scholarship, Schroepfer said, “The benefit of these scholarships will help me start out in the right direction during college and carry over into my early career. I am thankful for the promise that [the National FFA has] seen in me.”
Schroepfer is the son of David and Jolynne Schroepfer.
National FFA Scholarship winner Mitchell Schroepfer, of Birnamwood, with Steve Hanson, Antigo Service Manager.