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Germany - U.S. Forces


Kaiserslautern Chapter

Scholarships totaling up to $15,000 ($300 per recipient each semester) will be awarded to active-duty junior officers, enlisted, civil service and family members currently employed or residing within the Kaiserslautern military community (KMC) and pursuing a communications or electronics degree. Applications for the KMC scholarships are accepted at the beginning of each term and are awarded five times per year (schedule available for download at: Up to $26,000 will be awarded to eligible high school seniors graduating from DoDDS schools located in the Kaiserslautern school district with individual amounts up to $5,000.

Nominations are accepted March 1 to April 30, 2014, and will be awarded during the scholarship presentation ceremony at each school or during the chapter’s May or June luncheon. Applications and information for the high school scholarships are available at and must be submitted by email.


Innovative Use of Technology awards will be presented to the DoDDS schools, programs, teachers, home educators and/or a group of students for applications of current technologies to improve capacity for learning in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Awards are up to $1,000 and nominations will be accepted year-round.

Contact: Senior Master Sgt. Michael J. Parker, USAF (phone outside Germany): 011-49-6371-47-0983; (phone inside Germany): 06371-47-0983 (DSN) (312) 480-0983

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Stuttgart Chapter

Scholarships totaling at least $15,000 will be awarded to high school seniors in the Stuttgart area. Candidates are selected from local area schools (Patch High School and the International School of Stuttgart) as well as home-schooled students heading to college. Nominations traditionally open in February and close in April. Competitive selections are made by a special AFCEA board, and winners are recognized at the chapter’s annual scholarship luncheon in May.

Contact: Maj. Ruben Rodriguez-Figueroa, 011-49-711-68639-5005 or DSN (314) 434-5005

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Southern Europe - U.S. Forces

Hellenic Chapter

The chapter plans to use $1,000 of the AFCEA Educational Foundation’s Science Teaching Tools fund to support the training material required for a series of lectures that started last year and aim to supplement the specialized education of young communicators.

Contact: Panayotis Pavlidis







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