NSCS Academy Abroad Scholarship

NSCS is proud to present the Academy-Abroad Scholarships, which encourage academic excellence through the study abroad experience. We at NSCS encourage all of our members to gain the global exposure and perspective that is so critical to remaining competitive in the modern workforce. We are pleased to offer the Academy Abroad scholarship to our members in order to help defray the cost of the of the Academy Abroad. There will be three $500 scholarships, awarded to the applicants who can best demonstrate how these programs will help them develop professionally and academically.


Eligibility:
- Must have at least a 3.4 GPA
- Must be an NSCS member in good standing
- Must be enrolled in an undergraduate program in an accredited institution
- Must have applied and been accepted into the one of the Academy Abroad programs
- Must have a completed member profile

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