Jim & Anna Hyonjoo Lint Scholarship

The Jim & Anna Hyonjoo Lint Scholarship is offered to help further the education and career development of scholars, especially in the areas of International Affairs, Counterintelligence and National Security. Workers in these fields and their children are encouraged to apply with the goal of improving national security and global understanding.


Based upon availability, a minimum of one scholarship will be awarded per year. The amount and number of the scholarships will be determined by the amount of donated money that is available each year.Scholarship funds are intended for the cost of tuition and fees for classes only. Room and board will not be funded.Candidates who do not win the Jim and Anna Hyonjoo Lint Scholarship will be eligible for other scholarships such as the Virginia & Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship.

The deadline for PDF scanned submission is July 31st. Applications received after the July 31st deadline may be considered for the following year. All information provided on your scholarship application will be treated with the utmost confidentiality.

Please read the entire packet before completing the application form. Incomplete applications will be withdrawn from consideration. Please see our website for all requirements.

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