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Lackland Officers' Spouses Club Scholarship

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Deadline
March 1, 2018
  • Scholarship Description
  • This scholarship is for San Antonio area high school seniors who are dependents of a military member stationed at Lackland AFB, to include: AD, Reserve, Guard, sponsors on remote assignment, retired or deceased.

    One scholarship is also awarded to a dependent Spouse pursuing a technical, associate, or undergraduate degree. Applications can be obtained through the Gateway Club, Family Support Office, local San Antonio schools, by contacting our scholarship chairperson or downloading from our website.
  • Contact
  • President or Scholarship Chairperson
  • PO BOX 27491
  • San Antonio , TX 78227-0491
  • president@lacklandosc.org
  • 210-679-9472

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