Monthly archive July, 2010
The Veterans Of The Vietnam War Inc is a Veterans benevolent organization foundation which constantly strives to improve the quality of life of veterans and their families. The foundation run several programs to name the few, United Veterans Beacon House for homeless veterans, Military Support Package Project for military serving overseas and several other program. The foundation also provides financial assistance to the kith and kin of The Veterans The Vietnam War Inc.(VVnW) member. The Veterans of the Vietnam War National Scholarship Program has been specially devised the spouse, adopted children, step children, foster and the immediate descendant of the member The Veterans The Vietnam War Inc.(VVnW) Eligibility Criteria: The applicant must be enrolled to a program of any post-secondary education. The scholarship is not a need based scholarship neither it requires you to be a meritorious student or pursuing a particular course of study. Students from any course of study are eligible to apply provided that it is related to post-secondary education. Recipient will receive $ 1,000 as the scholarship amount. Student will have direct access to the amount. For more information regarding the scholarship and application procedure just log on to http://www.vvnw.org/educational_material/Scholarship/scholarship.htm. The application must reach the concerned [...]

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Categories: Military Scholarship
The Second Dragoons Foundation does charitable work for members of armed services and their families like providing financial assistance for them. The E.E Mixon Second Dragoons Foundation Scholarship serves the same purpose. The scholarship has been designed especially to help the former cavalrymen or the children of current or former cavalrymen to pay for their college expenses. Members and children of members of other Army Units will also be considered. The eligible applicants need to submit a 500 word essay from one of the following topic given below: How our military presence in Europe contributed to the end of the Cold War. The role of the non-commissioned officer corps in the U.S military. What America means to me. Along with the essay you need to attach a cover sheet wherein you will furnish your personal details like contact information, educational goals, projected or current field of study and detailed personal or family affiliation with a cavalry unit. You need to submit the essay and the cover letter electronically to the link given here http://2nddragoons.org/index/?q=node/15 no later than July 15, 2010. The value of the scholarships will range up to $5000 per year (normally $250-$1,000 per selected applicant), and the funds [...]

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Categories: Navy & Marine Corps Scholarsip
The Society Of Sponsors of United States Navy is an organization of women who serve as ship sponsors. It also works towards providing educational opportunities for women and men who have served in United States Navy and Marine Corps. The scholarship Society of Sponsors of the United States Navy Centennial Scholarship Program is there to help Navy-Marine Corps veterans who were injured in combat. Five eligible candidates will receive $3,000 annual scholarship each for their education related expenses. The best part is there is no deadline for you to apply. If you find yourself the rightful candidate just fill in the application and send it to the address given below. Eligibility Criteria: Applicant must be a combat wounded veteran of the Navy or Marine Corps injured during Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom Must have an Associate Degree or the equivalent in college level credits or enrolled as a full time undergraduate student studying in a traditional classroom setting at a post secondary institution You must be enrolled in an institution which is approved to participate in the U.S Department Of Education’s Federal Grant and loan programs The applicant must be pursuing university/college credit beyond a Bachelor’s Degree that [...]

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Categories: Navy & Marine Corps Scholarsip