Merit-based scholarships of $2,500 will be awarded to persons on active duty in the uniformed military services or honorably discharged U.S. military veterans (including Reservists and National Guard personnel) who deployed abroad in support of one of the Overseas Contingency Operations (Operation Enduring Freedom; Operation Iraqi Freedom; Operation New Dawn; Operation Inherent Resolve; Operation Freedom's Sentinel). Recipients must be currently enrolled and attending classes in an undergraduate program part time or full time in an eligible STEM major degree program at an accredited four year college or university in the U.S (Candidates must be majoring in the following C4I-related fields related to the mission of AFCEA: Biometry/Biometrics, Computer Engineering, Computer Forensics Science, Computer Programming, Computer Science, Computer Systems, Cybersecurity, Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Geospatial Science, Information Science, Information Technology, Information Resource Management, Intelligence, Mathematics, Network Engineering, Network Security, Operations, Research, Physics, Robotics Engineering, Robotics Technology, Statistics, Strategic Intelligence, and Telecommunications Engineering). Distance-learning or online programs affiliated with a major U.S. institution are eligible.
Since 2020, Allied Van Lines has been excited to offer their first ever Military Logistics/Supply Chain Management/Operational Management Scholarship. To apply, submit a brief essay of between 400 and 800 words, detailing why a career in logistics/supply chain management is your college major of choice. This scholarship is available to all those current or former active-duty military.
The American Legion’s Legacy Scholarship provides college funding to children of post-9/11 veterans who died on active duty, or those who have a combined VA disability rating of 50 percent or greater.
Awarded to veterans, including members of the National Guard and Reserves, who are seeking new skills to be competitive in the job market. AMVETS scholarship are designed to fulfill a financial gap after all Federal/State educational grants/scholarship/ grant available to an eligible applicant has been utilized/ all means exhausted. AMVETs offers 3x $4,000 scholarships for veterans, 1x $4,000 scholarship for military spouses and 6x $4,000 scholarships to veteran’s children and grandchildren.
Scholarships of $1,000 each are offered to veterans or immediate family members. Ankin Law Office is proud to help exceptional students achieve their dreams and pursue fulfilling careers by awarding scholarships to deserving students of need.
The AAAA Scholarship Foundation, Inc., is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation established to render financial assistance for the college-level education of members of the Army Aviation Association of America, Inc. (AAAA). Spouses, children, grandchildren and unmarried siblings of current and deceased AAAA members are also eligible. The scholarships are merit-based and range from $1,000 to $12,000. Applicants are judged on academic achievement, leadership, volunteer service, work experience and essay responses.
Applicants of the ANCA Education Fund must be currently enrolled in an accredited baccalaureate or advanced degree program in nursing, nurse anesthesia, or related healthcare field who are serving or have previously served in any branch, and at any rank, of a component of the US Army (Active Army, Army National Guard and Army Reserve) and are not currently receiving funding by a component of the US Army or the Department of Veterans Affairs, (for example, scholarship ROTC students and students receiving full GI Bill benefits are not eligible). For veteran applicants, an honorable discharge is required.
Sons, daughters, or spouses of individuals who currently or previously served in the U.S. Army or on active duty with the Army Reserve or National Guard may apply. The program requires a minimum 2.0 GPA. Applicants must not have turned 24 by the application deadline.
The Army Women's Foundation recognizes the importance of education and the role it plays in personal, professional and economic fulfillment. 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. The Legacy Scholarship Program offers financial support in four areas: Certificate programs, Community College coursework, Undergraduate Degrees, and Graduate Degrees. Women must have served or are serving honorably in the U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserve, Army National Guard or are the child of a woman who served honorably in the U.S. Army, U.S. Army Reserve or Army National Guard.
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. Candidates must not have previously earned a bachelor’s degree from a college or university. Candidates will need to answer the following essay question in 500 words or fewer: “Please tell us how you strive for excellence in your life. What are the accomplishments of which you are most proud? What challenges did you overcome to achieve what you have?”
The Council of College and Military Educators (CCME) is pleased to offer $1,000 scholarships each year to United States Service members (active duty/veterans) and spouses of service members who are working towards the completion of higher education degrees. Applicants must have completed a minimum of 12 or more credit hours and a cumulative 2.5 GPA if an undergraduate, and 6 or more credit hours with a cumulative 3.0 GPA if a graduate student. Winners are notified in January each year.
These scholarships are for undergraduate students, including those pursuing non-degree certificate programs that are longer than 12 months. Apply for this scholarship if you are (A) an incoming college freshman or currently in college or (B) pursuing a bachelor’s degree, associates, or certificate. Applicant must be the child/stepchild of one of the following with a GPA of 2.0 or higher and a Family adjusted gross income for the 2020 tax year that does not exceed $106,000. Non-taxable allowances are not included in the adjusted gross income:
This program supports Coast Guard military dependents enrolled in college or approved vocational and technical training. The funding helps pay for books, supplies, or equipment required for a course of study, but it does not pay for tuition. The program provides funding on a first-come, first-served basis.
The foundation offers 112 Dolphin Scholarships to the children or spouses of members or former members of the submarine force or support staff. The scholarship supports vocational and trade study as well as undergraduate degrees.
The Edith Nourse Rogers Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) Scholarship allows some eligible Veterans and dependents in high-demand fields to extend their Post-9/11 GI Bill or Fry Scholarship benefits.
If you’re currently enrolled in an undergraduate STEM degree program.
All of these must be true. You:
If you're working toward a teaching certification
All of these must be true.You:
The spouses and dependents of service members killed, wounded, or disabled due to their service may apply. Funding helps pay any outstanding fees or tuition for an undergraduate degree. Recipients may reapply each year for up to four years of funding.
The Marine Gunnery Sergeant John David Fry Scholarship (Fry Scholarship) is a scholarship for children and dependents of Veterans. If your parent or spouse was an active-duty service member who died in the line of duty on or after Sept. 11, 2001, you may qualify for this benefit. Find out if you’re eligible for education benefits through this scholarship.
The Graydon and Myrth Fox Scholarship was established to assist individuals who are seeking to further their job skills or improve their circumstances through education by providing scholarships for Veterans who have served honorably in the United States Armed Forces or a surviving spouse, dependent child or grandchild of a U.S. Veteran. Preference will be given to wounded personnel or a surviving spouse, dependent child or grandchild of personnel killed or wounded while on active duty as a result of their service to our nation. Applicants must be pursuing a degree at an accredited college, university, or trade school, and be a Veteran who has served honorably in the United States Armed Forces, a surviving spouse, dependent child or grandchild of a U.S. Veteran (DD 214 or proof of military service required). Deceased or wounded Navy or Marine personnel must have been performing official military duties in a combat situation or military training exercise (DD form 1300 or DD 214 required). Must demonstrate financial need. Renewal awards may received up to four years after first award. Award will be between $1,000 to $5,000.
The Air Force offers scholarships for healthcare professionals to include: one- and two-year scholarships for Allied Health specialties (pharmacists, optometrists, clinical psychologists and public health officers), two- and three-year scholarships for nurse corps specialties and three- and four-year scholarships for medical corps and dental corps. These scholarships cover all tuition and required fees, including textbooks, small equipment items and supplies needed for study. You will also receive a monthly allowance for living expenses. While on scholarship, you will spend 45 days on active duty in the Air Force, and once you graduate, you will serve one year of active duty for each year of scholarship, serving a minimum of three years.
The Scholarship Foundation guarantees scholarships of $30,000 over four years ($7,500 a year) to eligible children of the following:
The Scholarship Foundation provides scholarship support of $6,000 to $40,000 over four years ($1,500 – $10,000) to eligible children of the following:
Hill & Ponton is offering four $1,000 scholarships to help veterans further their education and enter a career field that would, in turn, help other veterans. Our veterans’ scholarship program provides financial assistance to former U.S. military personnel pursuing higher education. Former members of the U.S. Navy, Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, National Guard, and Coast Guard are eligible for this assistance program following honorable discharge. Through this scholarship fund, we hope that former military members can pursue education programs and reach their goals.
Hill & Ponton Disability Attorneys will award four $1,000 scholarships (two scholarships will be awarded in the fall, two in the spring). Application Deadline: May 1st and November 1st. Awards will be announced June 15th and December 15th.
Hunt Heroes Foundation has established a scholarship program to assist active duty Servicemembers, National Guard or Reservists of one of the six branches of the United States armed services or their dependents who plan to continue their education in college or vocational school programs. Service members of all ages, as well as their dependents and/or spouses, are encouraged to apply, whether they are returning to school or just beginning their post-secondary studies.
If selected as a recipient, the student will receive an award ranging from $1,000 to $5,000. Up to fifteen (15) awards will be granted as follows:
Awards are not renewable, but students may reapply to the program each year they meet eligibility requirements. Awards are for undergraduate and vocational-technical or certificates study only. To apply for this scholarship, candidates will answer the following questions in 300 words or less:
Offered to students whose parent or guardian died as a result of military service after Sept. 11, 2001. This grant supports students who would not qualify for a federal Pell Grant due to their expected family contribution.
Keller Law Offices is proud to help worthy students achieve their dreams and pursue fulfilling careers by awarding an annual scholarship. Each year Keller Law Offices offers 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.
The Lint Center for National Security Studies is a non-profit organization created to provide merit-based scholarships for counterintelligence and national security workers and scholars, and to advance the study of national security. The center is veteran and minority operated and managed, using an all-volunteer force to promote awareness of their scholarship opportunities through online media projects.
Computer Science features enough variety to appeal to people from all walks of life. The wide-ranging disciplines within the industry ensures that aspiring computer scientists are able to take advantage of their strengths while having the opportunity to expand and refine their skills. The challenges, the resilience and the rewards that exist in Computer Science closely mirror attributes that make up military life. Uniting these two worlds is a natural progression. AMVETS and Lowe’s want to support veterans, service members and military spouses advance in Computer Science as they set goals for themselves and surpass them. An industry such as Computer Science that steadily attracts qualified individuals encourages the best and brightest candidates to push themselves to innovate and stand out from the crowd. How will you use your strengths to distinguish yourself from the competition? How will you demonstrate your ingenuity? For eligible service members, veterans and spouses, AMVETS is offering 10 scholarships of $5,000.
The organization offers interest-free loans of up to $7,000 per year to military dependents. Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA or higher and not be older than 24. MOAA considers loan recipients for its Designated Scholar Program, which provides a $500 grant, reducing the amount of their loan.
Spouses of active-duty service personnel in specified pay grades may apply for the My Career Advancement Account Scholarship. In addition to tuition assistance, the program includes career coaching to develop an education and training plan.
Military spouses may apply for scholarship support for a variety of educational needs, including earning a degree, continuing education courses, and supervised clinical hours.
The NBCC Foundation Military Scholarship Program is designed to encourage Service Members and Veterans to pursue careers in professional counseling. The program provides financial support to students who enroll, or seek to enroll, in a CACREP accredited counseling program during or after military service, and who commit to serving military personnel.
The Purple Heart Scholarship Program is a competitive scholarship program that awards scholarships to Purple Heart recipients and their spouses, children, and grandchildren each year.
Student Veterans of America and Raytheon Missiles and Defense (RMD) have partnered to provide two (2) $10,000 scholarships to student veterans demonstrating a commitment to and passion for their chosen field of study, as well as demonstrated leadership and engagement within their community. The Patriot Scholarship is offered exclusively to U.S. Army veterans and is named after RMD’s Patriot Air and Missile Defense System.
Army student veterans pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited four-year college or university may apply with the following qualifications:
Children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of a veteran who served on active duty during a period of war designated by the American Legion may apply. They also must have been selected to attend American Legion Boys State or American Legion Auxiliary Girls State programs. The organization names 10 national scholars and 10 national runners-up each year.
Children of active-duty personnel with a Department of Defense ID card may apply for this scholarship through their military installation's commissary. High school applicants need a 3.0 GPA or higher while college applicants must have a 2.5 GPA or higher. Students may renew the scholarship for up to four years.
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. https://www.vfw.org/assistance/student-veterans-support
Eligible Applicants Must:
Military dependents between the ages of 18 and 26 may qualify for this educational program if their service member died on active duty, was captured by a hostile force, or who has a service-connected disability. The program covers college, apprenticeships, and on-the-job training for up to 36 months.
Spouses may use the scholarship to pursue a degree or non-degree certificate or licensing, such as a nursing or medical license or real estate continuing education. The program does not support graduate education.
The Tillman Scholars Program assists with academic expenses, including tuition and fees, books, and living expenses for U.S. veterans and active-duty service members of all branches of the U.S. Military including the National Guard and Reserve. Current spouses of veterans or active-duty service members (including surviving spouses) are also eligible. Applicants must currently be pursuing a bachelor, graduate, or professional degree as a full-time student at a U.S.-based accredited institution of higher education. Beyond the financial support, Tillman Scholars also participate in a network that unites the best talent and leadership in the military community to continue their service beyond the uniform. Open to veteran and active-duty military service members honorably discharged of pre-and post-9/11 service. Must maintain a 3.0 GPA for renewal.
The Troops to Teachers Program is administered by the U. S. Department of Defense and provides financial support for veterans who choose to pursue a degree in teaching or education. Eligible applicants must agree to a term of service in a high need school or community in order to receive funding. Eligibility is determined by financial need, as well as academic merit.
An ongoing scholarship offer for students with military affiliation, ROTC, and children of military members.
To be eligible for this scholarship award, applicants must be:
Wings Over America annually sponsors 50 scholarships to students who have chosen to continue their education. The foundation is funded solely through the generous contributions of private and corporate sources.
Scholarship awards are based upon the decisions of the Scholarship Committee of the Women’s Overseas Service League Board of Directors. Scholarships average $500.00 to $1000.00 annually and may be renewed for a second year if the recipient maintains and reports satisfactory progress as delineated in the scholarship award criteria.
Scholarship awards may be granted to women who:
This program was made possible by a grant from Delta Dental to provide scholarships and grants to military spouses, dependents, and transitioning service members for the advancement of oral health and wellness. Delta Dental will provide 5x $2,000 awards.
Must be a dependent child or spouse of New Jersey residents who were killed in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, or who died as a result of injuries received in the attacks, or who are missing and officially presumed dead as a direct result of the attacks. Eligibility period for a dependent child not to exceed eight years after high school graduation. Eligibility period for a dependent spouse not to exceed eight years after the date of death. Deadline for fall and spring students is Oct. 1 of the academic year for which aid is being requested; Deadline for spring term only students is March 1 of the academic year for which aid is being requested. Please see website for additional information.