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Edward T. Conroy Memorial Scholarship Program

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July 15, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • To be eligible for the Edward T. Conroy Memorial Scholarship Program, you must be a Maryland resident at the time of application and enroll at a two-year or four-year Maryland college/university, as a full-time or part-time, degree-seeking undergraduate or graduate student or attend a private career school.

    Also, you must be:

    -The son, daughter, stepchild, or the surviving spouse (who has not remarried) of a member of the United States Armed Forces who died as a result of military service or who suffered a service-connected 100 permanent disability as result of military service

    -A veteran who suffers a service-connected disability of 25 percent or greater, as a result of military service, and has exhausted or is no longer eligible for federal veterans' educational benefits

    -The son, daughter, stepchild, or surviving spouse of a victim of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks who died as a result of the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City, the attack on the Pentagon in Virginia, or the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 in Pennsylvania

    -A POW/MIA of the Vietnam Conflict or their son, daughter, or stepchild and was a resident of this State at the time the person was declared to be a prisoner of war or missing in action

    -The son, daughter, stepchild, or surviving spouse (who has not remarried) of a state or local public safety employee or volunteer who died in the line of duty or who was 100 percent disabled in the line of duty

    -A state or local public safety employee or volunteer who was 100 percent disabled in the line of duty

    -A veteran, as defined under 9-901 of the State Government Article, Annotated Code of Maryland, who either suffers a service-connected disability of 25 percent or greater and has exhausted or is no longer eligible for federal veterans' educational benefits

    -The son, daughter, stepchild, or surviving spouse (who has not remarried) of a school employee who, as a result of an act of violence either died in the line of duty or sustained an injury in the line of duty that rendered the school employee 100 percent disabled

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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