The Knowledge Resource for the World of Grain Handling and Processing Industry Operations

Students Build Their Futures with GEAPS

Sign up for a GEAPS membership and gain a career advantage.

  • A free student membership can help you learn about the industry and make connections that can last a lifetime!
  • Find a scholarship to help with school expenses.
  • Attend the annual GEAPS Exchange, free of charge, and participate in Student Day.

Start Your Career with the Right Connections

You have made a great decision to learn about the grain industry. Let GEAPS help you launch a successful career in the industry. As a student member, you get a head start by learning about the industry and connecting with the employers and leaders important to your future.

Plus, we know that going to school is expensive, and that’s why our student membership is free of charge for one year after you start your career. In addition we’ll help you find a local GEAPS chapter to connect with.

Scholarship Programs

Well-trained and versatile employees are always needed in our industry. GEAPS scholarships ensure future grain industry workers develop skills that help them thrive.

Learn more about student scholarship programs.

A Day at the GEAPS Exchange Just for You!

The annual GEAPS Exchange is the premiere education and networking conference in the industry, and it offers a special event devoted to students. Students interested in grain handling, processing or milling will have the opportunity to meet career professionals from across the industry and learn about the array of career tracks that exist in our industry. Whether its networking, career guidance or learning more about the industry, you’ll find it at GEAPS Exchange Student Day.

Learn more about GEAPS Exchange.

Student Day participation entitles students and accompanying faculty members to a complementary three-day registration.

Register Now for your Future!

Take a few minutes to begin building your future with GEAPS. Join GEAPS today, register for the Exchange, explore the website, attend a local chapter meeting and add us to your resume. It’s that simple.