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Chapter Scholarships - Southwest United States


Southern Arizona Chapter


Tucson Chapter

The AFCEA Tucson Chapter is sponsoring several scholarships and grants. The Armed Forces Leadership in Technology Award provides scholarships to three deserving University of Arizona Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) students. One recipient from each service department’s ROTC detachment will be awarded a $500 cash scholarship at the end of the fall 2013 academic semester. ROTC detachment cadre/leadership will nominate one individual each from their detachments provided those individuals meet the following criteria: demonstrated leadership, strong grade point average in pursuit of a STEM-related degree and outstanding military qualities. Additionally, the chapter is offering one $150 college book scholarship each month of the 2013-2014 school year. Eligible nominees must be a member of the Tucson Chapter in good standing and must be actively pursuing a STEM-related college degree. Finally, the chapter is offering two $1,000 STEM grants to grade-school teachers in the greater Tucson area.

Contact: Maj. Chad Richardson, USAF, (520) 228-7846





Camp Pendleton/North County Chapter


Los Angeles Chapter

Los Angeles Chapter Scholarships totaling $8,000 will be awarded to ROTC students enrolled at colleges and universities in the greater Los Angeles area. The program emphasizes science, mathematics, engineering, computer science or natural sciences. Applications must be received no later than March 31, 2014. The chapter will award scholarships totaling up to $5,000 to military personnel assigned to the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) located at Los Angeles Air Force Base. The program emphasizes science, mathematics, computer science or engineering and information security. Applications must be received no later than September 15, 2014.

Contact: Eli Cohen



San Diego Chapter

AFCEA San Diego County $8,000 College Scholarship: One or more scholarships of $2,000 per year, renewable yearly for a maximum of $8,000, will be awarded for undergraduate studies at a college or university anywhere within the United States. Eligible students must be U.S. citizens, residents and students of San Diego County, and majoring in science, mathematics, engineering, computer science or natural sciences. Scholarships are applicable for graduating high school seniors, junior college students transferring to accredited four-year degree-granting colleges or universities, and students currently enrolled in universities or colleges. Applications can be obtained from the chapter website; select the Education tab. Applications must be postmarked by April 30, 2014. AFCEA San Diego Buck Bragunier Leadership Scholarship: One or more $2,000 Buck Bragunier Leadership Scholarships will be awarded for undergraduate studies at a college or university anywhere within the United States. Eligible students must be a high school senior, accepted to a college or university anywhere in the United States in a four-year, degree-granting full-time curriculum. Students should show a record of volunteering and leadership activities in their high school, community, church and other organizations. Applications are available at the chapter website and must be postmarked by April 30, 2014.

Contact: Pat Kelly, (858) 292-1015




New Mexico

Albuquerque Chapter

Academic/honor scholarships totaling at least $1,000 will be offered to engineering/science students in the Air Force, Army and Navy ROTC programs at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Grants of at least $1,000 also will be awarded to high school or middle school science departments to match the Science Teaching Tools award in the Albuquerque public school system.

Contact: Stuart Kendrick, (505) 980-5185

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