AFCEA International and its chapters and corporate partners offer a variety of scholarships.
The AFCEA Educational Foundation’s program of scholarships for students studying hard science disciplines at colleges and universities in the United States comprises only a portion of the annual $2 million in AFCEA educational outreach for science and technology.
Frontier Technology Inc.’s Lavon Jordan Diversity and Inclusion Scholarships of $2,500 will be awarded to graduating high school seniors who will be attending an accredited four-year academic institution in the United States and pursuing a major in STEM or a related field that supports the mission of FTI and the AFCEA Educational Foundation.
The iWorks Scholarship will award a $2,500 scholarship to one outstanding spouse or child of a military service member who shows a potential to excel in college studies in the area of STEM.
The Julie Walter Memorial Scholarship will award $5,000 to a female student enrolled and attending Virginia Tech as a sophomore or junior and majoring in a STEM discipline.
Oracle Women in Leadership will provide a one-time, $1,500 scholarship to a deserving female active-duty military college student pursuing a STEM degree.
The AFCEA Educational Foundation offers ROTC scholarships ranging from $2,500-$3,000 each to Army, Navy (including Marine Corps option) or Air Force ROTC full-time sophomore or junior students studying a STEM major with at least an overall 3.0 GPA or above.
Scholarships will be awarded to full-time women or minority students enrolled in at least their second semester and at least two semester-equivalent courses, currently pursuing a graduate degree at any accredited academic institution in the United States and living in the United States in an eligible major that supports the mission of AFCEA Educational Foundation. Sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton.
- STEM Major Scholarship
- Undergraduate Diversity Scholarship
- Cybersecurity Scholarship
- Student Member Scholarship
The AFCEA Educational Foundation is offering competitive-based scholarships to students actively pursuing a graduate degree or credential/licensure for the purpose of teaching science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) subjects at a U.S. school in grades K-12. The scholarships are made possible by generous contributions from ManTech and AFCEA International.
The Col. Kathleen Swacina Scholarship Fund awards one female college student, attending schools in or residing in the states of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida or Alabama, a scholarship to be applied toward the student's ongoing higher-level academic education at an accredited four-year school. Community college students in their first two years are eligible if they will continue to an accredited four-year college or university.
The AFCEA Educational Foundation is dedicated to providing academic support to U.S. military personnel. The AFCEA NOVA chapter has partnered with the AFCEA Educational Foundation to make merit based scholarship awards possible.