The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation
The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is a privately funded, 501 non-profit organization that provides academic scholarships to children of United States Marines and Navy Corpsmen. The Scholarship Foundation is the Nation's oldest and largest provider of need-based scholarship to military children.

AMVETS is proud to offer scholarships/grants to our nation’s Veterans, Active Duty, Guard and Reserves; their Spouses as well as their Children and Grandchildren. AMVETS scholarships are designed to fulfill a financial gap after all Federal/State grants and/or scholarships available to an eligible applicant have been exhausted.

The Pat Tillman Foundation
The Pat Tillman Foundation identifies remarkable military service members, veterans and spouses, empowering them with academic scholarships, lifelong leadership development opportunities and a diverse, global community of high-performing mentors and peers. Our scholars are making an impact as they lead through action in the fields of healthcare, business, public service, STEM, education and the humanities.

The Amy Nurse Corps Association
One of the Army Nurse Corps Association’s major initiatives is the Scholarship Program. Its purpose is the support of nursing education through scholarship funding to worthy students who are US citizens in an accredited baccalaureate or graduate nursing or anesthesia program. Below are the eligibility criteria and general information.

The American Warrior Association
The American Warrior Association is proud to announce its annual Scholarship Program. Currently, three different awards are offered. Tier One Scholarships are offered to qualified transitioning military or veteran, and Special Operation Forces (SOF) Operators who are enrolled in an accredited top 20 college or university in an MBA, Law or Medical program. Tier Two and Tier Three Scholarships are awarded to qualified transitioning military or veterans who are seeking to complete their four-year degree or attend a trade school. To be eligible for the Scholarship Program, a candidate must be a transitioning active duty or veteran honorably discharged after December 31st, 2016.

National Veteran Achievement Program
Each year, the Jewish War Veterans of the USA sponsors an essay contest for current service members and veterans who plan to attend or are currently attending a graduate degree program. The National Achievement Program is for veterans or active duty personnel to go back to school. Several grants are awarded annually to applications. The National Achievement Program is open to anyone regardless of race, religion, creed, or culture. All veterans are eligible and must be legal residents of the USA.

Chappie Hall Memorial Scholarship Program
The objective of the 101st Airborne Division Association and Screaming Eagle Foundation scholarship program is to provide financial assistance to students who have the potential to become assets to our nation. The major factors to be considered in the evaluation and rating of applicants are eligibility, career objectives, academic record, and insight gained from the letter requesting consideration and letters of recommendation.
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