The American Legion offers a number of scholarships and other resources to assist young people in their pursuit of higher education. There are opportunities for everyone, including kin of wartime veterans and participants in Legion programs
One $2,000 scholarship is awarded annually per Auxiliary geographic division. Applicant may be pursuing training in a certified, trade, professional, or technical program, or a two-year or four-year degree program.
Candidates for this award shall be daughters, sons, grandsons, granddaughters, great-granddaughters, great-grandsons of veterans who served in the Armed Forces during eligibility dates for membership in The American Legion.
The Spirit of Youth Scholarship Fund is an umbrella that supports three separate scholarship opportunities for participants in American Legion Auxiliary programs. One is for American Legion Auxiliary Junior members, another for the Honorary National Junior Division Vice Presidents, and one is for participants in the American Legion Auxiliary Girls Nation program.
You must be a surviving child of a U.S. Military Service Member who lost their life on or after October 7, 2001, during the course of their active duty responsibilities while serving their country.
AFBA has made available to members the financial benefits of the General & Mrs. Charles C. Blanton AFBA Family Survivor College Scholarship that provides an educational scholarship to candidates towards an undergraduate degree at an accredited college of up to $10,000 per family per year for a maximum benefit of $40,000 for college tuition and fees. The scholarship is awarded to the surviving spouse or children of an insured AFBA member who dies in a combat zone as a result of combat actions, or whose life was lost as a result of acts of foreign or domestic terrorism.
The MG James Ursano Scholarship Program is a need-based scholarship program established to assist children of Army Soldiers in obtaining their first undergraduate degree. Applicants must reapply each year and may receive assistance for up to four academic years as long as they meet the eligibility criteria.
This scholarship program is a need-based scholarship program established to assist Spouses of Army Soldiers in obtaining an undergraduate degree. Applicants may receive assistance for up to four academic years of full-time study or eight academic years of part-time study, but must re-apply each year. Spouses may apply year-round.
For college-level education of members of the AAAA, and the spouses, unmarried siblings, unmarried children and unmarried grandchildren of current and deceased AAAA members
One-year financial scholarships awarded on the basis of academic record and participation in school and community activities
For qualified family members of Chief Petty Officers including spouses and children (natural born, adopted or stepchildren).
Providing college scholarships and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in combat or accidents. Our vision is that every such child can have a debt-free college education.
Scholarships to students who are dependents of Coast Guard active duty, reserve, and military retired members, current civilian NAF and APF employees, and current Coast Guard Auxiliarists that meet eligibility requirements.
Dolphin Scholarship Foundation grants are available, on a competitive basis, to high school or college children/stepchildren and spouses of members or former members of the submarine force or those who have served in submarine support activities.
Established to provide financial assistance in the form of scholarships to U.S. military Family members of our Fallen Warriors in their pursuit of higher education.
The Children of Fallen Soldiers Relief Fund was founded in October 2003 to help support surviving U.S. Military children who have lost a parent in the Afghanistan or Iraq wars by providing them with College Grants. Our program has been expanded to include spouses of our fallen as well as those whose parent or spouse has suffered a severe disability as a result of their efforts in either war and includes many disabled veterans some who may are no longer be receiving VA educational benefits.
This scholarship benefits dependent children of CG members (enlisted and commissioned officers) who lost their life in CG land, air, or sea operations. An eligible dependent may apply for this scholarship any time during the year.
Professional Tutors of America is a proud supporter of the families of our Fallen Soldiers and their goal is to provide free personalized tutoring services to every child (or surviving spouse) whose mother or father lost their lives serving in Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Our tutors have been very effective in mentoring these children and keeping them focused on their education and future goals.
No Greater Sacrifice (NGS) is dedicated to the children of our nation’s fallen and wounded Service members (post 9/11/01) by delivering scholarships and resources to improve their quality of life through the pursuit of higher education. NGS defines “higher education” as advanced learning through a bachelor’s degree or associate’s degree from an approved institution or certificate from a trade school.
Our Military Kids offers cost coverage/free Grants for extra-curricular sports programs like soccer, swimming lessons, fine arts, and tutoring. In support of Gold Star Kids. Children ages 5-18 of fallen military personnel KIA in 2010-present, while serving overseas in support of OEF/OND/OIF or on those killed in CONUS while/during a training mission, while on mobilization orders.
The SOWF provides full scholarship grants and educational and family counseling to the surviving children of special operations personnel who die in operational or training missions and immediate financial assistance to severely wounded, special operations personnel and their families.
ThanksUSA is a non-partisan, charitable effort to mobilize Americans of all ages to “thank” the men and women of the United States armed forces. They do that by providing need-based college, technical and vocational school scholarships for their children and spouses. Scholarships for dependent children (ages 24 and under) and spouses of active duty military personnel are eligible to apply. However, preference will be given to children or spouses of military members killed or injured on active duty. Scholarships are selected on the basis of financial need; academic record; demonstrated leadership and participation in school and community activities; and a goal statement.
Our Mission is to provide college scholarships to dependents of the Navy Aviation Community.
The “Heroes’ Legacy Scholarships” program honors not only those who have fallen in battle, but all who have died or have become disabled through their active military service since September 11, 2001. The program is open to their dependent unmarried children under age 23. A disability is defined as one that results in the service member being eligible for, and receiving, Traumatic Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance (TSGLI) or a permanent and total disability compensation rating of 100%.
As one of the nation’s largest need-based college scholarship programs in the country, the Horatio Alger Scholarship Programs specifically assist high school students who have faced and overcome great obstacles in their young lives. While many programs are directed primarily to recognizing academic achievement or leadership potential, the Horatio Alger Association seeks students who have exhibited determination, integrity, and perseverance in overcoming adversity, as well as have critical financial need.
Huebner Scholarships, named for Lieutenant General Clarence L. Huebner, who commanded the Big Red One during World War II, are competitive scholarships for children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of former members of the Division as well as children of active-duty 1st Infantry Division soldiers.
DePuy Scholarships, named for General William E. DePuy, the 1st Infantry Division Commanding General who started the program during the Vietnam War, are provided for children of soldiers killed in combat or training accidents while serving in a unit assigned or attached to the 1st Infantry Division and authorized to wear the 1st Infantry Division patch.
NMFA awards can be used for a variety of educational and employment pursuits. Scholarship funds on average are $1,000 and can be used towards degrees, certifications, licensure, clinical supervision for mental health licensure, CEUs, business expenses and more! Any spouse eligible to hold a valid military ID is eligible.
The CWOA LT Art and Eleanor Colona Scholarship Grant was established by the Colona Family to financially assist dependent children of enlisted members of the United States Coast Guard (active, retired, or reserve). Seeking a meaningful way to celebrate the 30 years which LT Colona devoted to the Coast Guard, the Colona family established this scholarship fund to remain in perpetuity with the CWOA. Each year, one or more Colona scholarship recipient(s) will be awarded a 4,000 dollar scholarship dispersing 1,000 dollars a year over four years of undergraduate studies.
Each year we are offering a $1,000 scholarship to a military veteran or immediate family member to help him/her receive the training needed for their chosen civilian career.
Helping deserving students reach their educational and professional goals for decades, presenting annual awards of up to $5,000 to individuals pursuing college and graduate degrees.
Provide Scholarship Grants to qualified applicants who are pursuing an undergraduate degree, and will be enrolled as a full time student (12 semester hour minimum) in the upcoming academic year 2020 Fall Semester and is attending an accredited undergraduate institution. Scholarships may be awarded for a maximum of four (4) years.
The SECO Scholarship Finder makes searching for education funding and career development opportunities fast and easy. Search for financial assistance resources and professional development opportunities offered specifically to military spouses and family members.
Paralyzed Veterans of America is proud to offer funds to PVA members and their immediate family members through our Educational Scholarship Program. We will award scholarships in the amount of $2,500 to full-time students and $1,000 to part-time students
Provides post-secondary educational scholarships for the dependent children of service-disabled veterans. Scholarships are awarded in the amounts of $2,500 and $5,000 to eligible applicants.
A national college access and leadership program for post-9/11 GI Bill-eligible veterans. Selected Posse Veterans Scholars attend top-tier, selective US colleges/universities in teams of 10 and are guaranteed four years of full tuition funding after GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon benefits are applied. Posse Veterans Scholars have access to top internships, career coaches, a diverse professional network, and comprehensive training for leadership positions in the workforce. Current college/university partners: Vassar College (NY), Wesleyan University (CT), the University of Virginia (VA), and the University of Chicago (IL).
The National Ranger Memorial Foundation annually awards collegiate scholarships to qualified Rangers of all eras and their dependents.
The Scholarships for Children and Spouses of Deceased or Disabled Veterans and Service Members (CSDDV) provides scholarships for dependent children or un-remarried spouses of Florida Veterans or Service Members who died as a result of service-connected injuries, diseases, or disabilities sustained while on active duty or who have been certified by the Florida Department of Veterans Affairs as having service connected 100% permanent and total disabilities.
Military Logistics/Supply Chain Management/Operational Management Scholarship, available to all those current or former active duty military and their dependents who qualify. Upon the contest’s close date, two lucky winners will be selected to be the recipients of an award totaling $1,000 each.
Honoring our nation’s armed forces, America’s Child provides higher education and welfare assistance for the children of our military heroes: the fallen men and women who proudly sacrificed their lives fighting terrorism and whose strength and courage has kept our nation safe.
AMVETS’ offers scholarships through our National Service Foundation (NSF) and donations. They are for Veteran (other than dishonorable), Active Duty, Guard, and Reserves; Spouses; and Children/Grandchildren of Veterans, Active Duty, Guard, and Reserves who are currently in high school. The scholarships, up to $12,000, are only for full-time study at an accredited undergraduate college, university, or technical school leading to a non-specific degree.
The Army Women’s Foundation Legacy Scholarship Program provides grants to women soldiers, past and present, and their lineal descendants to help them attain their educational goals.
If you’re the child or spouse of a Veteran or service member who has died, is captured or missing, or has disabilities, you may be able to get help paying for school or job training through the DEA program—also called Chapter 35.
MC-LEF currently establishes a $35,000 educational account for every child who loses a parent serving in the United States Marine Corps or any Federal Law Enforcement Agency.
To help you on what is often a challenging road, we introduced the Hero Student Scholarship, to provide $5,000/year until graduation. One way for Course Hero to be with you every step of the way.
Tutor.com for U.S. Military Families, funded by the U.S. Department of Defense and Coast Guard Mutual Assistance, is a program that allows eligible grades K-12 and college students in U.S. military families to connect to a live tutor online at any time for one-to-one help with homework, studying, test prep, proofreading and more. The service is available at no charge to all grades K12 students and service members—regardless of whether the service member is serving full-time or part-time—plus some adult dependents in Active Duty, National Guard and Reserve families.
Provides need-based grants to low-income undergraduate students to promote access to postsecondary education. Students can receive these grants at any one of approximately 4,000 participating postsecondary institutions. Priority is given to those students with “exceptional need” (those with the lowest expected Family contributions, [EFCs], at the institution) and those who are also Federal Pell Grant (see # 84.063, also under topical heading “Federal Student Aid”) recipients.
The CWO John A. Keller, Chief Warrant and Warrant Officers Association Scholarship Grant (hereinafter “Grant”) is established to financially assist dependent children of members in good standing or who were members in good standing of the CWOA, United States Coast Guard at the time of their death. The assistance shall be a monetary grant for an accredited institution of higher learning.
The Heroes Fund Scholarship is offered to service members and honorably discharged Gulf War veterans* pursuing their first certificate, associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree. Liberty University is proud of our country’s heroes who have given so much for our freedom. We know that this freedom comes at a high price for many. To show appreciation for the service members who have been wounded while protecting our freedom, Liberty University has created the Heroes Fund Scholarship (HFS).
The My Career Advancement Account Scholarship Program is a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of financial assistance for licenses, certifications, or Associate’s degrees to pursue an occupation or career field.
The FINRA Foundation Military Spouse Fellowship program provides military spouses the opportunity to earn the AFC® (Accredited Financial Counselor®) certification—while providing financial counseling and education to the military community. The fellowship covers the costs associated with completing the AFC® training and testing. Created in 2006, this opportunity is made possible through generous funding and support by FINRA Foundation, and in partnership with the National Military Family Association (NMFA). The FINRA Foundation covers the costs of the AFC® training and testing.
The Retired Enlisted Association’s (TREA) National Scholarship program. TREA members are proud to be able to offer these scholarships to our Nations high school student. The program is open to any high school student.
To be eligible for a DUSA Scholarship award you must meet all of the following criteria: Be the daughter, granddaughter, stepdaughter or adopted daughter of a career commissioned or warrant officer in the United States Army who is on active duty, retired after at least 20 years active duty service, was medically retired from active duty or died while on active duty.
High school graduate and child or grandchild of a current or former Naval Aviator, Naval Flight Officer, or Air-crewman. Or Children/grandchildren of individuals who served onboard a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier.
That Others May Live Foundation provides immediate tragedy assistance, scholarships for the children, and other critical support of U.S. Air Force Rescue Heroes who are killed or severely wounded in operational or training missions.
The Women’s Army Corps Veterans Association Scholarship has been established to recognize relatives of Army Service Women. This scholarship is based upon academic achievement and leadership as expressed through co-curricular activities and community involvement.
The AFCEA War Veterans Scholarships are offered to active-duty and honorably discharged U.S. military Veterans (to include Reservists and National Guard personnel) of the Enduring Freedom (Afghanistan) or Iraqi Freedom Operations. Candidates must be currently enrolled and attending either a two-year or four-year accredited college or university in the United States. Candidates must be majoring in the following or related fields: electrical, aerospace, systems or computer engineering, computer engineering technology, computer information systems, information systems management, computer science, physics, mathematics, or science or mathematics education.
The Veterans United Foundation Scholarship creates opportunities for family members of service members and Veterans to achieve their educational dreams.
The VFW is dedicated to promoting patriotism and investing in our future generation. If you are a democracy-loving high school student interested in a $30,000 college scholarship or a patriotic middle school student interested in winning $5,000, these scholarships may be for you.
AFSA has partnered together with Columbia Southern University (CSU) to provide a sponsored One-Course Scholarship for all Military Veterans/Retirees and AFSA. Family Members; plus all Active Duty, Guard & Reserve Spouses and College-Age Dependents. The One-Course Scholarship is worth over $700, as CSU has also waived the application fee, and will provide free loaner book(s). Family Members; plus all Active Duty, Guard & Reserve Spouses and College-Age Dependents. The One-Course Scholarship is worth over $700, as CSU has also waived the application fee, and will provide free loaner book(s).
Students study at their pace to prep for the ACT/SAT with instant access to a live teacher.
Offer experiential training in entrepreneurship and small business management to post-9/11 veterans and their families. The aim of the program is to open the door to economic opportunity by developing their competencies in creating and sustaining an entrepreneurial venture.
Federal government offers money for college for veterans, future military personnel, active duty personnel, or those related to veterans or active duty personnel.
Fifty military spouses will have an opportunity to earn the Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC) designation to offer one-on-one financial and group counseling and education to service members and their families.
The program was created in recognition of the contributions of military families to the readiness of the fighting force and to celebrate the role of the commissary in the military family community.
Folded Flag Foundation serves to honor the legacy of and pay tribute to, the brave men and women who have given their lives in defense of our country.
To provide educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service members.
Association of Bragg Spouses awards high school scholarships and continuing education scholarships.
Scholarship fund is for the children of the military personnel who have been killed or permanently disabled in a combat mission or training accident.
The Gold Star Program provides education scholarships of $500-$2500 per academic year. The child of a Sailor or Marine who died while serving on active duty or after retirement.
Five $1,000 scholarships are awarded to dependents.
The Spouse/Caregiver Scholarship Program identifies, recognizes, and rewards post-9/11 spouses/caregivers by aiding in tuition scholarships.
Program specifically seeks high school students who have exhibited determination, integrity, and perseverance in overcoming adversity, as well as have critical financial need.
Scholarship will cover up to $23,400 in one online degree program (associate, bachelor or masters) at either Columbia Southern University or Waldorf University.
4 types of scholarships are awarded: Heroes Tribute for Children of the Fallen guarantees $30,000 over 4 years; Heroes Tribute for Children of the Wounded guarantees $6,000-$40,000 over 4 years; and Limited Grandchildren Eligibility – limited funding. Undergraduate/Associate application dates are January 1-March 3; Career & Technical Application dates are available all year and reviewed monthly.
Senior must be attending Richmond Hill High School.
Scholarships awarded are of 10% to active duty and retired.
Each student is eligible for up to five years of undergraduate study at an accredited 2 or 4 year college. To qualify, the student must be a child of a member of the military who died while on Active Duty or severely wounded. They must be under 24 years old at the time of application.
Our members have all answered our Country’s call. Now as Combat Wounded veterans, we proudly continue to serve our country by helping America’s active duty, veterans, her families and those who have borne the burden of battle. Competitive program that awards scholarships to Purple Heart Recipients and their spouse, children, and grandchildren each year.
Scholarships funds average $1000 and can be used towards degrees, certifications, licensure, clinical supervision for mental health licensure, CEUs, business expenses and more.
The Foundation guarantees scholarships to high school seniors who will attend college in the Fall. Scholarships are available to children and grandchildren of veterans and active duty.
The NMCRS Education Assistance Program is designed to help eligible Navy and Marine Corps families pursue their academic goals by providing scholarships and interest-free loans. Awards are provided based on the applicant’s financial need, and in accordance with policies established by the Society’s Board of Directors. Grants range from $500-$3,000 per academic year. Students must submit an application each year.
Pat Tillman scholars are military service members, veterans and spouses with a high potential impact as demonstrated through a proven track record of leadership, the continued pursuit of education and the commitment
Spouses, dependent children, and grandchildren of blinded veterans are eligible for the annual Kathern F. Gruber Scholarship to assist them with their higher education tuition. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit through an application process that is evaluated by a committee. Gruber scholarships are for one year only but recipients can re-apply and receive the award up to four times. The blinded veteran family member is not required to be a BVA member for the spouse or child to receive a scholarship.
The purpose of the AFOSC Scholarship Awards Program is to acknowledge and reward outstanding academic and personal achievements of eligible United States Air Force dependents and spouses, of any rank, by offering merit based scholarships for study at higher learning institutions.
Awarded to daughters of career commissioned officers in the United States Armed Forces.
This program provides scholarships and grants to military spouses, dependents, and transitioning service members for the advancement of oral health and wellness. Eligible applicants may be pursuing a wide range of programs such as denistry, nursing, home health aid, or caregiver training.
The annual awards will recognize seven outstanding young people ages 13-18; six of them represent each branch of the military.
The New York Chapter of the American Logistics Association (ALA) has established a scholarship program to assist children of selective active duty, reserve, National Guard, or retired members of the United States military who plan to continue their education in college.
Program is for high school seniors who are direct descendents of members of the Jewish War Veterans of USA.
The single purpose of the NCOA is to help dependends of NCOA members to continue their education beyond high school.
Scholarship was established to aid minor dependents of (officer or enlisted) Active duty, veteran, or retired service members; reservists, or National Guard of all branches pursuing a degree at an accredited college or university.
Scholarship was established to aid minor dependents of Air Force Active duty, reserve or Air National Guard enlisted Airmen pursuing an undergraduate STEM degree.
Grants ranging from $500-$4,000 are awarded to eligible Air Force dependents each year.
One $2500 scholarship will be awarded annually to a child of members of United States Air Force who are pursuing a college degree.
Provides scholarships to eligible family members (children and spouses) of active duty, retired, and honorably discharged Surface Navy personnel.
Awarded to EOD family members to assist with tuition, books and fees at two- and four-year colleges.
The Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) is a congressionally chartered, non-profit organization that represents the interests of the Sea Service community before the U.S. Congress. Although the association was originally named for the Navy’s Fleet Reserve program, membership in FRA is open to all current and former sailors, marines, and Coast Guard personnel. The only requirement to join FRA is to have served as an enlisted member in the USN, USMC, or USCG for at least one day.
Program recognizes the sacrifices the Reserve component of the United States Armed Forces and their families.
Scholarship opportunities to NSW active duty service members, their spouses and dependent children, and our SEAL and SWCC post 9/11 veterans.
Foundation was established to provide children of qualifying Supply Corps personnel financial assistance to pursue a college education. Today, any family member of a qualifying Supply Corps officer and child or spouse of a Supply enlisted member is eligble for consideration.
Up to 30 scholarships granted annually to natural born, legally adopted, or stepchild of an Enlisted member of the Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard on active duty, or retired.
Applicant must be a Member of the Force Recon Association in good standing or be a family member of a Member in good standing, or in the family of a deceased member.
For eligible, qualified dependents of Marine Corps Tankers and dependents of military members who served in Marine Corps Tank Battalion.
USMC/Combat Helicopter & Tiltrotor Association has established its own scholarship program for children/grandchildren of current POPASMOKE members and for spouses of active duty who are paid members.
The scholarship is intended for qualified active duty Coast Guard, civil service employee personnel or their dependents at the Coast Guard Aviation Logistic Center. The scholarship will be used for prepatory, collegiate, postgraduate, professional and vocational education, formal or informal training which develops the talents and potential of the beneficiary.
Scholarship provides education support to both Reservists and their family members who are pursuing higher eduacation opportunities.
Award grants to qualified applicants sponsored by the MWA members. The grants may be used at any accredited college, university or college level trade school.
Children of active duty, retired, active reserve Coast Guard member may apply.
Founded in 1951, BSC is a private, non-profit organization providing support to families of service members through friendship, camaraderie, and philanthropic work among the military community. Due to outstanding efforts by hundreds of BSC volunteers, we have been able to raise and pass along to our military community, an unprecedented amount of funds. We have awarded more than $205,000 in scholarships for military spouses and children over the last 22 years.
The purpose of the Cherry Point OSC Scholarship Program is to acknowledge outstanding military dependents of any rank within the MCAS Cherry Point community by offering financial assistance towards education in any field of their choice. In previous years, the OSC has been honored to provide numerous merit based scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $5,000. The number and amount of scholarships awarded is based on funds allocated by the OSC Board through income generated during the OSC year (June 1st through May 31st).
Our scholarships for the dependent children of active-duty service members are uniquely empowering because they provide reliable, recurring financial assistance over their four years of study. We also provide them with a support network that is committed to their academic and professional growth. Corvias Scholars have a 90%+ graduation rate within five years of high school graduation. While the cost of college rises, our scholars graduate with none or far less than the national average amount of college loan debt.
Rosemarie arrived in Dahlgren in 1971, she has been an active member of DOSC ever since. Over the years she has served on the Executive Board as President on two occasions. In honour of her service and long standing participation in DOSC, a group of members approached Rosemarie 10 years ago and asked if they could name the Scholarship award in her name. Thus the Rosemarie Blades Honorary Scholarship.The efforts of our wonderful DOSC volunteers, has enabled us to donate thousands of dollars in scholarship awards every year. To date we have donated over $100,000 in scholarship and charity awards.
Applicant must have been a resident of the state of Delaware for three or more consecutive years prior to the date of application. If the applicant’s parent is a member of the armed forces, the parent must have been a resident of Delaware at the time of death or declaration of missing in action or prisoner of war status.
The DSC offers two categories for scholarships: Graduating High School Senior Scholarships and Spouse & Dependent Further Education Scholarships (dependent children under age 23 who are pursuing post-high school vocational and academic education).
FBSA Merit Scholarships are awarded to eligible spouses and children of active-duty, retired and Gold Star Families of ALL RANKS in and around the El Paso area as well the spouses and children of GS civilian employees who are members of FBSA that are planning to enroll, or enrolled in a select degree program.
The OSC offers scholarships to dependents of military and government personnel associated with Fort Meade, Maryland.
The Spouses’ Club of Fort Eustis provides Scholarships for our military family members allowing them to pursue further education.
The Fort Hood Area Military Family Member Scholarship Fund The FHAMFMSF was established at Fort Hood in 1985. It is a 501(c)(3) private organization under the supervision of the Garrison Commander. It was designed to be the focal point for all family member scholarship activities on Fort Hood.
The Fort Knox Spouses and Community Club provides merit based scholarships for eligible military family members. The scholarships will be awarded based on these categories: academic achievement, extracurricular activities, job record, volunteer work, community involvement, and a brief essay. All applicants will be considered for the scholarship regardless of ethnicity, race, religion, sex, age, rank of sponsor or financial need.
The scholarship celebrates veteran and dependent students who strive for excellence in their lives and provides a one-time payment of $2,500 for current or future education costs.
The VFW’s “Sport Clips Help A Hero Scholarship” provides service members and veterans with the financial assistance they need to complete their educational goals without incurring excessive student loan debt. It’s just another way for us to say “thank you” to those who fought for our freedoms.
A student who is not eligible for a Pell Grant but whose parent or guardian was a member of the U.S. Armed Forces and died as a result of service performed in Iraq or Afghanistan after September 11, 2001 may be eligible to receive the Iraq and Afghanistan Service Grant. Enrolled in college at least part-time at the time of the parent’s or guardian’s death.
The spouse or child of an active duty or active duty reserve service member assigned to either the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center in Twentynine Palms, CA or the Mountain Warfare Training Center in Bridgeport, CA. -OR- The spouse or child of a retired or deceased service member residing in the Morongo Basin, the Greater Palm Springs area, or the Bridgeport area
Candidates for this award shall be the child, grandchild, or great-grandchild of a veteran who served in the Armed Forces during eligibility dates for membership in the American Legion.
Available to daughters, wives, sisters, widow, granddaughters of veterans eligible for membership in The American Legion.
The Camp Lejeune Officers’ Spouses’ Club awards scholarships to qualified seniors (graduating in the spring of 2020), qualified college undergraduates, and spouses based on academic excellence, merit and service. Since part of the OSC’s mission is to use our time, talents and energy to enhance the Camp Lejeune community, we award students and spouses who are doing the same for their communities.
The Fort Leavenworth Spouses’ Club (FLSC) Scholarship Committee facilitates and awards merit-based scholarships for eligible family members of all active or retired military members of the Fort Leavenworth/Leavenworth community.
How Does It Work?
The Adecco Group U.S. Foundation Service Scholarship provides a new pathway of accessibility to a career in technology by giving five part-time scholarships to women veterans and women military spouses. The service scholarship offers financial support through the EdTech company, General Assembly (GA). The scholarships can be used for any part-time course offered though GA.
Submit your application through the form above by May 31, 2021 to be considered. Awardees will be announced July 1.
The Adecco Foundation understands that the best candidate pool is a diverse one. We strongly encourage applications from all eligible women who are underrepresented in the tech industry, across race, ethnic and national origin, age, socio-economic status, physical ability, and sexual identity.
Am I Eligible?
You must be planning or interested in seeking a full-time job upon completion of the selected GA course.
You must have access to a computer, reliable Wi-Fi, and the appropriate operating systems.
You must be able to start a course as early as July and know that courses may fill up.
You must be able to demonstrate how attending this course will give you a competitive advantage in your job search.
You must complete the online application.
If awarded, you agree to provide one photograph and state of support to be used by General Assembly and/or The Adecco Group for promotion.
About General Assembly
General Assembly transforms careers and companies through leading-edge programs in software engineering, data, design, digital marketing, and more. Our team has worked with hundreds of companies around the world — including more than 40 of the Fortune 500 — to upskill, reskill, and revolutionize their teams. With more than 21,000 corporate employees trained and 70,000 alumni from our full- and part-time programs, our solutions provide immediate and proven impact on the job.
The Gilman-McCain Scholarship is a congressionally funded initiative of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State and named after the late senator John S. McCain from Arizona.
The Gilman-McCain Scholarship provides awards of $5,000 for child dependents of active duty service members to study or intern abroad on credit-bearing programs. Applicants must be recipients of any type of Title IV federal financial aid during the time of application or provide proof that they will be receiving Title IV federal financial aid during their study abroad program or internship.
Since our founding in 2008 the mission of the Rangers Scholarship Fund (RSF) is to award merit-based scholarships and provide educational enrichment opportunities to the Families of currently serving and veteran Rangers of the 75th Ranger Regiment. The RSF’s goal is to support the academic goals of select Ranger family members who exemplify the values and principles of the RSF and their Ranger Sponsors. The RSF awards merit scholarships based on a broad spectrum of values and qualities as best represented by the activities and achievements of the applicant. Undergraduate and Graduate School Merit Scholarships are awarded annually to students pursuing degrees at accredited Colleges, Universities, or Vocational-Technical Institutions.
The Rangers Scholarship Fund Merit Scholarship application window for the 2022-2023 school year opens Thursday, January 6, 2022. The application window closes at midnight on February 3, 2022.
Spouse, son, or daughter of a: Fallen Ranger Killed in Action, in Training, or who Died in the Line of Duty, Currently Serving Ranger, or Veteran Ranger of the 75th Ranger Regiment.
Graduating High School senior, High School graduate, registered undergraduate or graduate student applying for admission to an accredited college/University or for a post-secondary vocational or technical school pursing a degree or certification program.
Undergraduate sons and daughters must not have reached 26 years of age by August 1, 2023.
Graduate sons and daughters must not have reached 28 years of age by August 1, 2023.
There are no age restrictions for spouse undergraduate or graduate student applicants.
Family: Must be the child of a veteran
Education Level: Must be pursuing an undergraduate or trade school program
Military veterans have selflessly served and risked their lives to protect the United States.
As a result, many veterans now live with disabilities or trauma. Roughly 10-20% of veterans experience PTSD, with rates varying based on service era.
In recognition of all that veterans have done for our country, this scholarship seeks to support the children of U.S. military veterans so they can pursue higher education.
Any student who is the child of a veteran and is currently enrolled in an undergraduate or trade school program may apply for this scholarship.
To apply, please tell us how being the child of a veteran has shaped your career goals.
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