Joseph P. and Helen T. Cribbins Scholarship
- $2,000 scholarship based on academic merit and personal achievement
- Enlisted Soldiers currently serving in the active Army, Army Reserve or Army National Guard of any rank
- Honorably discharged enlisted Soldiers from any component of the total Army
- Acceptance at an accredited college or university
- Pursuing a degree in engineering or related field, such as computer science, bio-technology, etc.
- Application form
- Two letters of recommendation from school, i.e. principal, counselor, teacher of your choice.
- One page Autobiography in own handwriting.
- A certified transcript of high school or college grades -- depending on which currently attending.
- Certificates of completion for any other courses or training.
- A letter of intent describing the degreed course of study and plans for completion of a degreed program.
- Copy of form DD-214 if applicant has been discharged from service.
- Application must received at AUSA no later than July 1 each year.
- Money granted for the scholarship will be sent directly to the college or university designated. (Note: If the student does not complete a full year of study, the unused portion of the money originally granted by the AUSA Joseph P. and Helen T. Cribbins Scholarship Fund will be returned to the Scholarship Fund.)
- The scholarship award may be used to pay for room and board, tuition and library fees, textbooks and related instructional materials. This grant is intended to render needed financial assistance for student enrollment in a college-level institution.
- Scholarship recipient will be notified by August 15. Only the individual selected to receive the AUSA Joseph P. and Helen T. Cribbins scholarship will be notified.
- Awarding of the AUSA Joseph P. and Helen T. Cribbins scholarship is not limited by race, color, creed, national origin or gender.
Send completed application and supporting documents to:
Association of the United States Army
Joseph P. and Helen T. Cribbins Scholarship
2425 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22201
The Larry Strickland Memorial Fund and Scholarship
SGM Larry L. Strickland served in the Army for 30 years. He was serving as sergeant major to the Army’s deputy chief of staff for personnel when he became a victim of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack on the Pentagon.
Family and friends of SGM Strickland instituted a memorial scholarship fund and leadership award program in 2003. The Association of the U.S. Army will administer the fund.
Larry Strickland Leadership Award and Scholarship
Awarded annually to a noncommissioned officer who best exemplifies the Army’s vision and influences others in shaping future leaders while practicing excellent stewardship of the nation’s most precious resource - our soldiers.
Each recipient will receive a bronze eagle and $4,000 to assist in covering the costs of an education that tuition assistance does not pay, such as instructional fees, laboratory fees and books.His or her name also will be engraved on a permanent plaque at the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy, Fort Bliss, Texas.
AUSA thanks ASM Research for their generous financial contribution to the Larry Strickland Leadership Scholarship Program.
The award is presented annually at the Sergeant Major of the Army Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier Forum at AUSA’s Annual Meeting.
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High school juniors who are a direct descendant, i.e. child, grandchild, great-grandchild or a legally adopted child, of a U.S. veteran who served during a period of war and is a delegate to either an American Legion Boys State or American Legion Auxiliary Girls State program.
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TA provides financial assistance for voluntary off-duty education programs in support of a Soldier’s professional and personal self-development goals. The program is open to nearly all Soldiers including Army Reserve, and Army National Guard on active duty.
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Information on eligibility requirements and application materials for Scholarships for Military Children Program.
Information about scholarship fund for dependent children of active duty service members who died, or were permanently disabled(100% rating) in the line of duty, or who are currently certified as POW or MIA.
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