ROTC PROGRAM AT
stated below is in effect for the 2013-2014 school year.
Scholarship Next Deadline:
February 15, 2015
AFCEA Educational Foundation ROTC scholarships are awarded
to ROTC students enrolled full-time in C4I-related eligible majors.
Please read the requirements carefully to determine eligibility. Applications must be endorsed and submitted by the
ROTC Professors of Military Science, Naval Science or Aerospace
Studies to the AFCEA Educational Foundation.
must be a U.S. citizen enrolled in ROTC, be of good moral
character, demonstrate academic excellence, have the potential
to serve as an officer in the United States Armed Forces,
and have a financial need.
The Foundation's ROTC Program does not include Junior ROTC; however, many AFCEA Chapters offer support for the JROTC.
ROTC Medal of Honor Scholarship
The AFCEA Educational Foundation, in partnership with the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, will award a $5,000 annual scholarship to one each outstanding student enrolled in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) for the Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps. Candidates should apply for the AFCEA ROTC Scholarship. Applications must be endorsed by ROTC unit commanders.
Candidates are required to be a U.S. citizen enrolled in ROTC, be of good moral character, exhibit academic achievement with a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and have a demonstrated potential to serve as an officer in the United States Armed Forces.
AFCEA ROTC Honor Award is designed to recognize ROTC cadet
and midshipman achievement in leadership and academics. Recipients
of the ROTC Honor Award are required to be in their junior year of school and will be selected by individual Professors
of Military Science, Naval Science or Aerospace Studies in
accordance with the appropriate Service Department Regulations.
ROTC unit may make one Honor Award nomination annually.
The Army, Navy/Marine Corps and Air Force ROTC units at an
institution may each submit one nomination.
program is separate and distinct from the AFCEA Scholarship
Program, but a qualified ROTC student may apply for and receive both.
The LGS Innovations Lt. General Ronald Iverson ROTC Scholarship
In order to promote STEM education and invest in future networking, engineering, and communications professionals, Virginia-based research and telecommunications networking company LGS Innovations set up the Lt. General Ronald Iverson scholarship fund through the AFCEA Educational Foundation to benefit college sophomore or junior cadets in the U.S. Air Force Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) program.
"LGS created this scholarship in partnership with AFCEA to promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math education as well as recognize ROTC cadets who demonstrate exemplary leadership, dedication, patriotism, and selflessness,” said Kevin Kelly, CEO of LGS Innovations. “LGS Innovations congratulates these cadets on their accomplishments and looks forward to seeing these future leaders realize their full potential.”
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