Minimum of 2 calendar years of AFJROTC experience
Unweighted GPA of at least 3.0
75% PFT (New AFJROTC Fitness Standard)
ACT of 22 or SAT of 1100
US Citizen, or eligible to obtain US citizenship by first term of college freshman year
Time: Covers all 4 years of college. The student would be enrolled in Air Force ROTC and would be Commissioned as an officer upon graduation.
Amount: Provides 100 cadets a full four-year ROTC college scholarship, including room and board, at select Minority Serving Institutions (MSI), Historic Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) and Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI). This scholarship was established by former U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff (CSAF) General David L. Goldfein.
Application Process: Nominated by SASI/ASI; see SASI/ASI if you are interested; once nominated, Cadet must fill out an application in WINGS
11 Sep 23 – 1 Dec 23: Application Window for Cadets and Instructors
3-5 Oct 23: Zoom Call Sessions for Instructors (1 Session per Day)
Applications Close 1 Dec 23, 1200 CST (Hard Deadline)
4-7 Dec 23: HQ AFJROTC Application Review to Determine Top 200 Finalists
8 Dec 23: Announcement of Finalists for Leadership Evaluation Board (LEB)
8-15 Dec 23: Interview Scheduling by LEB Panel Leads
8-12 Jan 24: LEB Interviews
26 Jan 24: Announcement of J-100 Scholarship Selects
6 – 8 Feb 24: Zoom Call Sessions for Scholarship Selects (1 Session per Day)
1 Feb – 30 Apr 24: Cadets Accept or Decline Scholarship Offers in WINGS (Hard Deadline)
31 May 2024: AFROTC Deadline to Validate Scholarship Offer Status in WINGS
TYPE 1 Pays full (100 percent) college tuition and authorized fees at any public or private institution with an Air Force ROTC detachment. Type 1 selectees will also receive a monthly living expense stipend and an annual book stipend. Note: AFROTC Scholarships do not cover room and board.
STIPEND ENTITLEMENTS The annual book stipend is $900 per academic year, and the monthly stipend increases based on an individual’s student status. Freshman: $300 Sophomore: $350 Junior: $450 Senior: $500 TRAVEL EXPENSES All high school scholarship recipients are authorized to have their travel expenses covered from their home to the Air Force ROTC detachment’s college where the student enrolls. Reimbursement for travel will be received approximately 30 days after the start of school.
TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION Three-year scholarship recipients will not begin to receive scholarship stipends or have their tuition and fees payments covered until the beginning of their sophomore year.
air commando association (ACA) scholarships
Air Commando Association (ACA) Ray Bourque Service: $2000 Open to senior high school students of the AFJROTC or CAPS who are in good standing and who have demonstrated support for veterans groups and humanitarian community efforts. Ray Bourque is unsurpassed in volunteering his time not only to a host of ACA efforts, but veteran and humanitarian programs throughout the community. Ray epitomizes the Air Commando ethos of the Quiet Professional. This scholarship is competitive in nature and judged by a committee of ACA members who have no relationship to the candidates. Deadline for this scholarship each year is 30 March, the winner will be announced on 30 April.
Lt Col Dave Krebs High Flight: $4000 Receive a one time four thousand dollar Scholarship. Targeted at students who are committed to pursuing a career in aviation, specifically pilot training. This scholarship is open to senior high school students who are in good standing of the AFJROTC or CAPS. This scholarship is competitive in nature and judged by a committee of ACA members who have no relationship to the candidates. Deadline for this scholarship each year is 30 March, the winner will be announced on 30 April.
Charles Hicks ACA Scholarship:$1,500 The ACA awards four individual Charles Hicks scholarships of $1,500 each. The scholarships will be awarded at the general membership meeting held during the ACA annual convention in October each year. The Board of Directors will randomly select the winners from the eligible candidates submitted by the membership.
airmen memorial foundation scholarships
Scholarships | Airmen Memorial Foundation The Airmen Memorial Foundation (AMF) conducts scholarship programs to financially assist the undergraduate studies of eligible dependents of military personnel. AMF/CMSAF/AFSA scholarships are valued from $1,000 to $5,000 to students age 23 or younger attending an accredited academic institution.
DEADLINE: Completed application packages with all required documents must be submitted no later than March 31. After March 31, applications are ineligible for consideration.
Be a member of the senior class and be a candidate for graduation at the end of the current school year;
Have fully completed the attached application form from the N-DFW Officers Association. The application MUST be postmarked by date April 30 or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit a 500 (minimum) to 750 (maximum) word essay, typed or printed, on any military related subject: i.e. Leadership; History; or Why I want to be in the military after graduation; etc.
Photo copy of their high school transcript (does not have to be sealed or signed)
GPA 3.0 or higher
Plan to attend an accredited school of higher learning within 1 year from graduation from high school.
Submit two (2) letters of recommendation: one from a person outside of the school and not a relative; the second from a school employee who is not associated with the ROTC program.
Due Date: 30 April
norwich jrotc leadership scholarship
Scholarships, Awards & Military Benefits | Norwich University - On Campus Each Junior ROTC unit may nominate up to three students who have demonstrated exceptional performance in their JROTC unit and show leadership potential for the JROTC Leadership Award. This award has three levels, valued at $4,000 per year, for a total of $16,000 over a four year course of study; $3,000 per year, for a total of $12,000 over a four-year course of study; and $2,000 per year, for a total of $8,000 over a four-year course of study.
Time: Each year of college, up to all 4 years
Amount: 3 Tiers
$4000 per year
$3000 per year
$2000 per year
Application Process: Nominated by SASI/ASI; see SASI/ASI if you are interested
air and space force association | seidel chapter -sam johnson jrotc scholarship
Congressman Sam Johnson “Air Force Junior ROTC Scholarships” The Seidel Chapter provides a $1000 college scholarship to each of the outstanding AFJROTC graduates from the eleven high schools in our area which offer AFJROTC programs, and who intend to enroll in ROTC in college. In recognition of the lifetime of service that Congressman (USAF Colonel, Ret) Sam Johnson gave to his country and his membership in the Seidel Chapter, the scholarships are named the AFA Seidel Chapter Sam Johnson AFROTC Scholarships. Selected cadets will be recognized for their individual achievements at their high school awards convocation and the selected scholarship winner award will be sent directly to the scholarship office at the cadet’s university; once enrollment is verified and they have enrolled in the ROTC detachment; the scholarship will be deposited in their account. Previous Award Winners From TX-20081
Criteria: Each year, the governor and the lieutenant governor may each appoint two students, and each state senator and state representative may appoint one student to receive a TASSP scholarship. Students must meet specific requirements to be eligible for nomination and to receive a scholarship. Prior to receiving the scholarship, students must agree to certain conditions including a four-year commitment as a member of the Texas Army National Guard, Texas Air National Guard, Texas State Guard, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Merchant Marine or a commissioned officer in any branch of the armed services of the United States. The scholarship becomes a loan if the conditions are not met.
Time: Awarded when the Cadet begins college; each year of college, up to all 4 years
$10,000 per year
Application Process: Cadets may apply directly through the office of the Governor, Lt Governor, or their State Senator or State Representative
Due Date: Application windows vary. They are typically open around April and close around the end of August
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