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American Legion Auxiliary Scholarship for Non-Traditional Students

$2,000

March 01, 2019

Awards Available: 5

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  • Scholarship Description
  • This scholarship helps people who are part of The Legion Family pursue a college degree later in life or allow them to pick up where they left off when their studies were interrupted. If you're at this place in life, this may be the right scholarship for you. Applicant must be a member of The American Legion, American Legion Auxiliary, or Sons of The American Legion and shall have paid dues for the two preceding years and for the calendar year in which application is made and must be either a non-traditional student returning to the classroom after some period of time in which his/her formal education was interrupted or a non-traditional student who is just beginning his/her education at a later point in life. American Legion Auxiliary Spirit of Youth Scholarship recipients are not eligible. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Education Program Coordinator
  • 8945 N. Meridian Street
  • Suite 200
  • Indianapolis, IN 46260
  • education@ALAforVeterans.org
  • tel: 317-569-4500
  • fax: 317-569-4502

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