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American Federation of Police & Concerned Citizens Scholarships

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The American Federation of Police & Concerned Citizens (AFP&CC) honors the memory of men and women killed in the line of duty both as officers and as parents, by assisting their children in attaining a college education, an experience which has an immeasurable impact on a young adult's life and future. Fallen officers leave behind a legacy of courage, commitment, and honor. Unfortunately, that is not all they leave behind. Many of our fallen officers leave sons and daughters whose lives are forever changed by the hardship of losing a parent.

    Applicant must the surviving son, daughter or spouse of a law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty, be enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours and must maintain a 2.0 GPA. Applicants currently enrolled in college must submit a copy of their most recent college transcript. New college students must submit a high school transcript, ACT/SAT scores, and a copy of the acceptance letter from the institution he/she plans to attend. There is no deadline for application submission as funds are distributed throughout the year. Checks will be mailed to the applicant and made payable to the school. For more information and to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 6350 Horizon Drive
  • Titusville, FL 32780
  • info@aphf.org
  • 321-264-0911

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Darlene W.  on 6/18/2018 6:32:52 PM

l am a single mother that have worked hard and know on disability and right know it’s breaking my heart trying to help my daughter get scholarships to help with college everyone we have tried we been shot down so hopefully you can give us the right path to take

Kayla G  on 12/3/2015 7:51:00 PM

Hello, My name is Kayla Geeting. I am applying for this scholarship to help me further my education in medical school. My father is unable to work and times have been hard, I want to further my education to help him in anyway possible. Please help me to help my father. I will be grateful to have the help that I need to get through school. Thank you -Kayla G.

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