Wings Over America Scholarship Foundation
The Wings Over America Scholarship Foundation is sponsoring scholarships to further the undergraduate education of deserving students. Candidates submitting applications must be graduates or graduating seniors of an accredited high school or the equivalent home school or institution and must plan to attend an accredited academic institution during the upcoming school year.
The Wings Over America Scholarship Foundation requires students to pre-qualify for scholarship funds before submitting a scholarship application. The purpose of this pre-qualification screening is to establish eligibility based on both the applicant’s dependent status and the applicant’s sponsors’ service.
Are you a son/daughter or spouse of an active duty/retired/or deceased Navy member who has served with the Naval Air Forces (either in the Atlantic or in the Pacific) for at least eight years? If so, then you are eligible for this scholarship!
Scholarships are given based on academics, community involvement and financial need.
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