The goal of the scholarship program offered by the American Brother Foundation is to offer support to those that have given so much for our country. This year, we are giving four(4) $1,000 scholarships to our active duty military personnel, veterans, and/or their families, including our Gold Star families, to assist in their educational goals. Through the support of our donors, we can “Give Back” to those that have sacrificed for our great nation.
- Six scholarships worth $1,000 each
- To be awarded to active duty military, veterans and their families.
- Open to high school seniors
- Must be accepted to a four-year accredited college or technical institution
- Applicants must have a family member who has served or is currently serving in the U.S. military, be on active duty, or be a veteran
- Must have a verifiable military connection
- Minimum GPA of 3.0
- Download and complete the scholarship application form.
- Submit the application, including a 500-600 word essay on "What does Patriotism mean to you and how has your service (or your family members’ service) to the United States of America shaped your views?"
- Include a transcript (for high school seniors, also include a copy of your college acceptance letter).
- Applications must be received by the Foundation office no later than March 25th.
If you are a high school senior and you have a family member who has served or is currently serving in our military, if you are active duty or if you are a veteran, please download and complete the form. Must have a verifiable military connection as a service member or dependent family member or a Gold Star family member. Must be currently enrolled or accepted to attend a four-year accredited college or technical institution for the upcoming semester for which the application is submitted. Must have a current 3.0 GPA or greater on a 4.0 scale. Each application is required to submit a 500 - 600 word essay: What does Patriotism mean to you and how has your service (or your family members’ service) to the United States of America shaped your views?