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Whether you’re a current military member, veteran, or a spouse/dependent of someone who is or has served in the military, there are many scholarship opportunities available to help fund your education. Here are eleven scholarships available to supplement your college tuition.

  1. National Military Intelligence Association Scholarship
    This scholarship supports the growth of professional studies in the field of military intelligence and to recognize and reward excellence in the development and transfer of knowledge about military and associated intelligence disciplines.
    Amount awarded: $1,000
  2. Military Award Program (MAP)
    The Military Award Program offers scholarships for veterans and other military students who decide to pursue career college training. This $1,000 career education award is available to any qualified active duty, reservist, honorably discharged or retired veteran of a U.S. military service branch for attendance at a participating career college.
    Amount awarded: $1,000
  3. Allied.com Military Scholarship Competition
    This scholarship is available to current or former active duty military and their dependents who qualify. Eligible applicants must be enrolled as a full-time student of an accredited college/university within the U.S. for completion of an undergraduate degree in logistics or an equivalent field.
    Amount awarded: $1,000
  4. EducationConnection Military Scholarship
    To show thanks for the sacrifices made by the U.S. military and their families, Education Connection is offering a scholarship worth $1,000 to help offset the costs of earning a degree and pursuing those next steps in your civilian career path. The winner can use the $1,000 tuition voucher for any cost related to his or her college. Submit your application by September 30, 2020.
    Amount awarded: $1,000
  5. Scholarships for Military Children
    This scholarship provides a one-time award to unmarried dependents of U.S. military personnel for full-time undergraduate study at a four-year institution. A minimum 3.0 GPA is required.
    Amount awarded: $2,000
  6. National Military Family Association Awards
    Scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 are awarded to spouses of service members (active duty, National Guard and Reserve, retirees, and survivors) for professional funding such as licensure and certification or any level of degree.
    Amount awarded: $1,000
  7. U.S. Army ROTC Military Junior College (MJC) Scholarship
    This scholarship provides a one-time award for high school graduates who wish to attend a two-year military junior college. Applicants must serve simultaneously in the Army National Guard or Reserve and qualify for the ROTC Advanced Course; must have a minimum GPA of 2.5; must be a U.S. citizen/national at time of award. Must be used at one of five military junior colleges.
    Amount awarded: $5,600
  8. Women Military Aviators Dream of Flight Scholarship
    This scholarship will be awarded to a woman pursuing her flight ratings at an accredited institution or FAA Part 141 approved flight school. Must demonstrate persistence and determination to flight. Training must be completed within one year of the award and be a member of Women in Aviation, International.
    Amount awarded: $2,500
  9. ASSP Foundation Family Scholarship
    The ASSP Foundation Family Scholarship is available to children and spouses of individuals who lost their lives in a workplace incident. Applications are only accepted for those attending school in the domestic U.S.
    Amount awarded: $10,000
  10. Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program-Army
    This award provides up to four years of tuition, books, fees, associated expenses, and monthly stipend of over $2,000. Some applicants may be eligible for a $20,000 sign on bonus. Applicants must attend an accredited school of medicine, optometry, dentistry, veterinary medicine, clinical psychology, social work, osteopathy, or nursing in the U.S. or Puerto Rico; must undergo physical examination and be between the ages of 21 and 42. Military service required upon graduation.
    Amount awarded: $30,000
  11. Workforce Development Scholarship
    Applicants can be anyone who is planning to attend a technical school or approved craft training program in any discipline of construction, including a high school senior, military member, or postsecondary student.
    Amount awarded: $1,000

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