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Association of Old Crows Enlisted Tuition Grants

The Scholarship and Enlisted Tuition Grant Programs are handled by the association's local chapters. The association headquarters does not disburse scholarship funds.


The objectives of the AOC Scholarship Program are to:
- Assist in the education of students in engineering and the hard sciences who are likely to pursue careers in electronic defense and related professions
- Support member national interest by encouraging students to enter the science and engineering fields
- Create greater awareness in the educational sector for electronic defense
- Promote member interest in the chapter activities through fund raising and administration of the chapter Scholarship Program

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