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America’s 911 Foundation, Inc. Scholarship

$2,000

March 20, 2019

Awards Available: 15

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The purpose of the foundation is to never forget September 11, 2001. We fund a College Scholarship program for children of Active First Responders (EMS, FIRE, POLICE) who each day place their lives on the line for all of US. The foundation assists Emergency Organizations with funds, materials, equipment and/or Volunteers when needed.

    Criteria:
    -Any student whose parent is an Active Duty First Responder, either Paid or Volunteer (EMS, Fire, or Police)
    -List parent's name, department, job title and their supervisor's name
    -Admissions to an accredited College or University
    -Two letters of reference from current school faculty and/or Community leader, non-related
    -Financial need can be a component of this scholarship
    -Write an essay (250-500 words)

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • America’s 911 Foundation, Inc.
  • 13630 Barnhouse Place
  • Leesburg, VA 20176-5460
  • info@americas911foundation.org
  • 703-771-0118

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Kirstin R Lindholm  on 11/28/2018 7:38:03 AM

What type of essay has to be submitted for this scholarship, what topic do I need to write on?

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