Wash AFCEA DC Scholarships

Award Amount
$12,000
Awards Available
12
Deadline
March 31, 2018
  • Scholarship Description
  • To promote higher education, the Washington Chapter AFCEA DC will award college scholarships to eligible applicants in the Washington Metro Council of Governments [COG] area in June. Since May 1989 $1,940,500 has been committed to 299 students in the Metro area from 100 high schools entering 66 U.S. colleges. Our $8,000 two year scholarships and one at $12,000 for three years are open to high school seniors entering four year degree granting programs. Our $4,000 one year scholarship program is open to students leaving two-year community colleges to attend four year degree granting programs. Our fields of study are the C4I-related fields of electrical, computer, chem- ical, aerospace or systems engineering; electronics; mathematics; computer science; physics; science or mathematics education; technology management; or management information systems.

    Selection is based on:
    -Academic Achievement
    -School Activities
    -Community/Civic Activities
    -Part-Time Work
    -Financial Need (other factors count more)
    -Letters of Recommendation

    Winners will be notified in May and honored at a luncheon in June. Scholarships will be awarded in June.

    For further information about AFCEA DC's scholarship program, eligibility criteria, or selection criteria, please email the scholarship provider.
  • Contact
  • Jenell Porreco
  • 1220 L St. NW,
  • Suite 100-407
  • Washington, DC 20005-4018
  • efbronson@aol.com

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