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Alaska American Legion Western District Scholarship

The American Legion is proud to offer this post-secondary scholarship to all graduating seniors in Alaska who meet the fixed criteria. This scholarship is not based on exceptional grades or athletic abilities. This scholarship is designed for people who are ready to make a commitment to their future and invest in some form of post-secondary education in order to prepare themselves for the rest of their life. All post-secondary programs are acceptable including; college, university, vocational training, apprenticing, or any other program. What you have done in the past is not as important as what you want to do in the future. Please show your dedication to your future by completing this application on time and to the best of your ability. It need not be typed but please make it legible.



The Alaska American Legion Western District Scholarship is available to high school seniors in the Western District of Alaska only with a 2.5 to 3.0 GPA and involvement in community service and activities.

Scholarship is paid directly to the school.

For more information and to download the application form, please visit the American Legion Department of Alaska's website.

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