Military Scholarship
The American Legion is a patriotic veteran’s organization, known to be the largest service organization which is ahead in mentoring and sponsoring youth programs. To be more precise it is a non-partisan, not for profit very influential organization and handles issues related to veteran’s rights and quality of life. Through its scholarship program the organization supports U.S Veterans and their children to pursue their education. The Samsung American Legion Scholarship is one of them. It is more of an appreciation for U. S Veterans who rendered their help to Korea during Korean War, a struggle against communist forces. The scholarship is offered by Samsung and will be administered through The American Legion. The scholarship funds for undergraduate study from an accredited U.S College or University Eligibility: Applicant must be direct descendant (child, grandchild, great-grand child or legally adopted child) of a U.S veteran who served during war period. High school juniors who participate in and complete either an American Legions Boys State or American Legion Auxiliary Girls State Program The details of the scholarship and application are mentioned in the website: http://www.legion.org/scholarships/samsung . The number of awards and amount will be decided depending upon the funds received from the Samsung [...]

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The Pat Tillman Foundation offers Pat Tillman Military Scholarship for military service members and their families with an intention to help them cover their direct study related expenses-tuition, fees, books and other needs such as room & board and child care. To get the benefits of Pat Tillman Military Scholarship you need to be: Veteran and active servicemembers of pre and post 9/11 service Servicemembers intend to pursue or complete their education Rendering services to the branches of the U.S Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, National Guard, and Reserve Dependent of service members(children under the age of 30 or spouses) The application form and other necessary details are provided at http://www.pattillmanfoundation.org/tillman-military-scholars.aspx. The scholarship opens on March 1, 2010 and closes to April 26, 2010

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Categories: Military Scholarship, Scholarships