Military Scholarship
Edward T. Conroy Memorial Scholarship is strictly meant for Maryland veterans and Military Family Members enrolled in online colleges, campus based academic universities, vocational schools, technical colleges or training programs within the state. Eligibility Requirements: The applicant or Veteran must be a resident of Maryland Applicant must be a son or daughter of a veteran who died or became 100 percent disabled as a result of military service. Must be a veteran with 25 percent or more of disability as a result of direct military service and you must be either exhausted or become no longer eligible for Federal educational benefits for veterans Must be a son, daughter or non married widow or widower of the victim who lost his life in September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. Must be son, daughter or surviving spouse of a state or local public safety employee or volunteer who died or 100 percent disabled in the line of duty. For the application and other necessary details you need to refer the following sites: http://www.mhec.state.md.us/financialaid/ProgramDescriptions/prog_conroy.asp & http://www.financialaid.umd.edu/scholarships/conroy.html Along with the application you need to submit: Sons and daughters whose parents died or rendered 100 percent disabled, Pow/MIA of the Vietnam Conflict, deceased public safety employee [...]

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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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The Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund thinks and cares for those thousands of sailors, airmen, marines and Guardsmen who have either got killed or were permanently disabled. The permanent scholarship Trust Fund of Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund provides aid to the children of these brave Americans when they want to pursue their college education. Eligibility Criteria: Must be a son or daughter of a U.S Soldier, Sailor, Airman,  Guardsman or Marine who have been killed in action, who have rendered disable or who have been classified as a prisoner of war (POW) or missing in action (MIA) Currently in their senior year of high school, high school graduate or currently enrolled full time undergraduate student. Must be 26 years or under at the time of application The application and other necessary details are mentioned at http://www.fascholarship.com/ This one year scholarship is renewable and must include following documents along with the application: Copy of government issued photo identification (Driver’s License, Military ID) Certificate of death or rating letter from the Veterans Administration Disability Official high school or college transcript Photo of qualifying parent The complete application packet must reach the concerned authority no later than July 30, 2010

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