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CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY: UNDERGRADUATE  SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM



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CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY: UNDERGRADUATE 
SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM





Award:

$18,000 scholarship; renewable.

To Study:

Accounting, Business/Consumer Services, Computer Science/Data Processing, Economics, Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Foreign Language, Geography, Graphics/Graphic Arts/Printing, International Studies, Political Science, Surveying, Surveying Technology, Cartography, or Geographic Information Science

At:

Any four-year college or university.

Description:

Need and merit-based award for students with minimum 3.0 GPA who are interested in working for the Central Intelligence Agency upon graduation. Renewable for 4 years of undergraduate study. Must apply in senior year of high school or sophomore year in college. For further information refer to website: https://www.cia.gov/

Deadline:

November 1

Application Requirements:

Application form, transcript, test scores, financial need analysis, references.

Contact:

Van Patrick
Chief, College Relations
Central Intelligence Agency
Recruitment Center, L 100 LF7
Washington, DC 20505 
Phone: 703.613.8388
Fax: 703.613.7676
E-mail: ivanilp0@ucia.gov
Web: http://www.cia.gov/


VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF THE UNITED STATES: 
VOICE OF DEMOCRACY PROGRAM





Award:

54 - $1,000-30,000 scholarships; non-renewable.
Last year 54 awards were made for a total of $152,000.

At:

Any two-year college, four-year college, trade/technical school, or university.

Description:

Student must be sponsored by a local VFW Post. Student submits a 3 - 5 minute audio essay on a contest theme (changes each year). Open to high school students (9th - 12th grade). Award available for all levels of postsecondary study in an American institution. Open to permanent US residents only. Competition starts at local level. No entries are to be submitted to the National Headquarters. For more information, visit website: http://www.vfw.org/Community/voice-of-democracy/

Deadline:

November 1

Application Requirements:

Application form, essay.

Contact:

Kris Harmer
Program Coordinator
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States
406 West 34th Street
Kansas City, MO 64111 
Phone: 816.968.1117
Fax: 816.968.1149
E-mail: kharmer@vfw.org
Web: http://www.vfw.org/


LAW OFFICE OF DAVID D. WHITE, PLLC: ANNUAL 
TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY SCHOLARSHIPS





Award:

2 - $1,000 scholarships; non-renewable.
Last year 2 awards were made for a total of $1,000.

At:

Any two-year college, four-year college, trade/technical school, or university.

Description:

Two $1,000 scholarships, offered annually. The scholarships will take the form of tuition payments for attendance at a school of the applicant's choosing. This may be a university, a college (or a community college), a secondary school, or a trade school. And you do not have to be enrolled as a student currently in order to apply. In order to be eligible to apply for a scholarship, you must have been diagnosed with TBI. We may ask you to provide us with proof of the diagnosis. The winners will have a year in which to provide an invoice for tuition from their school, and we will then pay $1,000 to the school toward the cost reflected in the invoice.

Deadline:

November 3

Application Requirements:

Application form, essay.

Contact:

David White
Law Office of David D. White, PLLC
1201 Rio Grande
Ste. 200
Austin, TX 78701 
E-mail: michael@wm-attorneys.com
Web: http://www.wm-attorneys.com/




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