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AFAS General Henry H. Arnold Education Grant Program


April 30, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The General Henry H. Arnold Education Grant Program is offered to eligible Air Force dependents. Grants are awarded to selected sons and daughters of Active Duty, Title 10 AGR/Reserve, Title 32 AGR performing full-time active duty, Retired, Retired Reserve and deceased Air Force members; spouses of Active Duty members and Title 10 AGR/Reservists; and surviving spouses of deceased personnel for their full-time undergraduate studies. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 241 18th Street South
  • Suite 202
  • Arlington, VA 22202
  • ED@afas-hq.org
  • 703-972-3072 x2647

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Davanh L.  on 2/4/2021 10:00:18 AM

I am a soldier in the US Army National Guard. I am on active duty orders and I have a family. I am currently going to school full time. My passion is to help animals. I love animals and I am looking to become a veterinarian. I look forward to graduating in Fall of 2021 and I am looking for a 4 year school to attend to in spring of 2022. But 4 year colleges are expensive and it is hard for me to pay for the tuitions. This scholarship would be of great help for me and my family. My motivation is my daughter and husband, who is a disabled veteran. They are always pushing me to do better and more. I am not only doing this for the animals but mainly for my family. I hope my comment is read by someone who listens and understands my passion by just reading this..Thank you for your time.

Sydney S  on 1/27/2021 1:53:51 PM

My father is an Air Force Veteran who served for 20 years. He is 90% disabled and I would like to try to take the financial burden of paying for my undergraduate program off of their hands.

Kajahna L.  on 1/23/2021 9:25:41 AM

Hello, I joined the Army National Guard at the age of 17, I've been in for nearly two years now. I would love to receive this scholarship to help out with my college tuition with it being a private school it is a little more costly.

Timothy w roberts  on 1/16/2021 10:20:19 AM

Hi i am high school student getting ready to transition to college and i live in a one parents house hold so this money will really help me

Jada Gardner  on 12/17/2020 9:23:13 PM

Hello, my dad is chapter 32 and I am about to go to CMU. My brother goes to CMU now and I would love to get money to help with my tuition. I would love to apply for this scholarship.

Hannah V  on 11/19/2020 10:21:12 AM

Both my parents served in the military and I am a proud military child. My mom served for 8 1/2 years, and my dad served for 21 before passing away in a service related death. This scholarship would help out greatly, as my mom is now a single mom to 4 children.

Caroline Guignard  on 11/13/2020 5:16:53 PM

I am A U.S Army Veteran applying for the scholarship in order to continue my degree plan at Methodist University in NC. My spouse is Active Duty and is part of the 82nd Airborne Division in Ft.Bragg NC.

Tyrell C.  on 11/11/2020 9:13:48 AM

Good day, I am the son of Air Force retired veterans and very interested in more information and/or consideration for this Grant.

Benjamin H  on 9/17/2020 9:46:36 AM

My father served 22 years in the Air force and I have followed his footsteps and I am about 2 years into service myself. I would like to apply for this scholarship.

Jack H  on 8/24/2020 1:29:55 PM

My father was in the airforce and I would like to apply for this scholarship.

Angelena k  on 4/29/2020 12:41:01 AM

My father retired from usaf after serving 22 years. I would like to apply for this grant.

Elijah R  on 4/1/2020 4:32:22 PM

Im applying for this scholarship because both of my parents were in service of the military. Im debating on going to the military myself but i want to experience the college life first.

Gerald S  on 2/19/2020 12:15:47 AM

I would like to apply for this scholarship because I am a family member (child) of a retired veteran

 on 2/25/2019 12:35:06 PM

I am unsure if this grant applies to me, but long story short I am currently active duty and have served 7 years my EAS is July of this year and foresee some financial obstacles being a father of 2 trying to further my education rather than work full time.

Aaron C  on 7/28/2014 7:30:13 PM

I look forward to applying for this scholarship, I respect the Air Force so much.


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