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ESA Youth Scholarship Program

$12,000

March 23, 2023

Awards Available: 2

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The electronic security industry works intimately with the public safety sector. We appreciate the contribution that police, firefighters, paramedics, and EMTs offer to our communities. To show our appreciation, the program was developed to provide college scholarships to their deserving children. Since its launch in 1996, ESA’s Youth Scholarship Program has contributed more than $750,000 to deserving students throughout the nation.
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    High school seniors who have a commitment to excellence and are inspired by the work their first responder parent(s) do in our communities, are invited to apply. The ESA Youth Scholarship Program has contributed more than $785,000 to deserving children of first responders throughout the nation. High school seniors who have a commitment to excellence and are inspired by the work their parent(s) do in our communities, are invited to apply.

    Students whose parents serve in a participating state must apply in that state. If state is not listed below with a participating association, students should apply directly to ESA. Winners from each state and the first-round ESA award will be automatically considered for an additional national ESA Scholarship of: $12,000 first place and $4,000 second place. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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Tracy P  on 3/28/2018 9:41:33 PM

I did not apply because retired and disabled law enforcement officers' children are not eligible. Well sorry that we had to make the ultimate sacrifice and are now being punished for it.

James Fitzgerald  on 3/28/2018 3:54:09 PM

My son is attending a college in PA but resides in NJ, is he eligible to apply for this scholarship? Also I'm a Sergeant for the NJ Dept. of Corrections I'm in my 27th year, so does that qualify him as well...? Jim

Zakary A  on 1/8/2018 12:32:26 PM

Do Regional Campuses count?

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