July 02, 2012
A Supplemental Education Grant for $250 is available to clients and family members of Coast Guard Mutual Assistance. To qualify, applicants of a Supplemental Education Grant must be working toward their first undergraduate degree, training program, seeking a GED, degree-planning program, or correspondence course.
Recipients of a Supplemental Education Grant can utilize the funds toward fees, books, study guides, supplies, equipment, and other documented educational costs.
The Olmsted Scholar Program seeks to award students seeking a graduate degree in a foreign language or other foreign educational field. To be eligible, applicants must be Officers in either the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps branches. Spouses of Officers chosen to be a part of The Olmsted Scholar Program are also eligible for financial assistance.
As part of The Olmsted Scholar Program, selected Officers and their spouses receive in-country language training grants as well as tuition grants for attendance at a foreign university, given to the Officer only.
The Imagine America Military Award Program is a $1,000 scholarship open to members of the military branches. To qualify, recipients must be active duty, reservist, honorably discharged, or a veteran. As part of the Imagine America Military Award Program, applicants must also be planning on enrolling and completing postsecondary education and demonstrate financial need.
To apply for the Imagine America Military Award Program, simply apply online.
The Captain Jodi Callahan Memorial Scholarship is a $1,000 award available to Air Force, Air National Guard and Full Time Air Force Reserve for use toward a Master’s degree. To qualify, applicants for the Captain Jodi Callahan Memorial Scholarship must submit an application form, a letter of recommendation, proof of enrollment in a Master’s studies program, an essay describing academic goals, and a photo.
Finally, to receive the Captain Jodi Callahan Memorial Scholarship, applicants must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.