Edvisors Private Student Loans

Operation Second Chance

$5,000

April 01, 2021

Awards Available: 10

  • Scholarship Description
  • The OSC Scholarship Program seeks to further the organization’s mission of support for wounded, injured, and ill service members/veterans and their families through need-based dependent financial assistance grants to aid in the pursuit of higher education. During each academic period, OSC will award grants of up to $5,000 to a select number of dependent children (unmarried, 23 years and younger) and spouses of Qualifying Military Sponsors.
    Unmarried dependent children, 23 years and younger, as well as spouses of Qualifying Military Sponsors whom are seeking their 1st award of an undergraduate 4-year degree, associate’s degree, or a certification from a vocational or technical institution that is DOE accredited. Qualifying Military Sponsors are defined as meeting criteria from one selection in each of the following sections. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

  • Contact
  • Lisa Lourake
  • 20251 Centrury Blvd
  • Suite 130
  • Germantown, MD 20874
  • Lisa@operationsecondchance.org
  • 301-972-1080

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