Scholarships for Military Children was created in recognition and gratitude for the sacrifices of military service members, and to give something back by helping military family members achieve their educational goals.
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Commissaries Provide Military Scholarships

Commissaries have always been an essential part of military life, and a great way to stretch your military paycheck and support your military family. But did you know that your local commissary can also help you to send your military children through college?

Scholarships for Military Children was created in recognition and gratitude for the sacrifices of military service members, and to give something back by helping military family members achieve their educational goals. Each year, military families worldwide have the opportunity to receive Scholarships for Military Children from their local commissaries. It's just one way companies express a token of their appreciation for your dedicated service in the U.S. military - the very companies whose products you buy at your local commissary.


The Scholarships for Military Children Program is funded through generous donations from the companies that supply products at military commissaries worldwide. Along with providing your military family with over 30 percent savings on products, these companies give back to your military community by funding the Scholarships for Military Children Program.


Through the Scholarships for Military Children Program, at least one $1500 scholarship is awarded annually at every qualified commissary location. For commissary locations where there more funding available, more than one scholarship may be awarded annually. The Scholarship money may be used toward school tuition, books, lab fees, and other school expenses.

And if you received a Scholarships for Military Children scholarship once, you are eligible to apply again and again!


In order to be eligible for a the Scholarships for Military Children Program, a military child must have a mother or father on active duty, national reserve or guard, or who a parent who is a retired military veteran. Military students may also apply for commissary scholarships if their parent served in the military but is no longer living, by showing their military dependent I.D. Military scholarship applicants must be 23 years or younger, with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (out of 4.0). And all Scholarships for Military Children applicants must also be planning to go to college or university on a full time schedule, in order to be eligible.

Pick up and drop off Scholarhship applications (or print out and drop off applications) at your local participating commissary well in advance of the deadline, as transcripts and more documents are required. Leave yourself plenty to time to be on time for this generous military Scholarship opportunity.

Your completed application package for Scholarships for Military Children must be received at your commissary at or before the deadline which is usually in February (for example, for 2010 the deadline was "close of business on February 17, 2010.") Check for updated details and deadlines.


Each time you support the commissary by shopping there, know that the products you buy and the companies behind them are supporting you too, with something just as valuable as top products at discounted prices: the opportunity of the Scholarships for Military Children Program.


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