WTFI (TJX) Children's Scholarship

$1,000

May 01, 2018

Awards Available: 1

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Warrior Thunder Foundation (WTFI), in partnership with TJX Companies, is proud to announce the scholarship grant to the children of: United States service members who received an honorable discharge from any branch of service of the US Armed Forces; including high school, college and graduate school students, to enable the recipients to complete an undergraduate or graduate education in the field of their choice at the college or graduate school of their choice.

    The goal of the Warrior Thunder (TJX) Scholarship Fund is to assist a veteran's child in their educational desires to serve their nation or community and/or to provide assistance to our military or Veterans.

    It is a one-time, $1,000 scholarship to cover tuition, room, board, books, and supplies. The funds may be used for any term, including the summer term, during the awarded academic school year.

    Eligibility:
    -Must be a citizen of the United States of America, resident of MA, VT, RI, ME, CT or NH
    -Must be the natural or legally adopted child or a U.S. Service member who received an honorable discharge from any branch of service of the US Armed Forces
    -Must be a primary or secondary school student; or undergraduate or graduate student at a college or university who is pursuing studies or conducting research to meet the requirements for an academic or professional degree; or student - whether full-time or part-time - who studies at an educational institution that provides an educational program
    acceptable for full credit toward a degree, or offers a training program to prepare students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation and is authorized under federal or state law to provide such a program and is accredited by a national recognized accreditation agency
    -Must agree to authorize the Warrior Thunder Foundation to publicize your scholarship award if you are selected

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • Scholarship Committee
  • 30 N. Woodlake Drive
  • Columbia , SC 29229

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