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Marine Corps Engineer Association

Marine Corps Engineer Association

PO Box 322
Ashville, NY 14710
Ph: (716)763-5655
E-mail: [email protected]

Marine Corps Engineer Association Assistance Fund (Graduate, High School, Undergraduate/Scholarship)

Purpose: To provide financial assistance for the education of the members of the United States Marine Corp's engineer and explosive ordinance disposal communities and their families or for members of the United States Armed Forces who have served with or been attached to Marine Corps Air Ground Task Force engineer or EOD units. Focus: Engineering. Qualif.: Program is open to citizens of the United States over the age of 18 years old seeking for financial assistance to further education beyond high school at an accredited college, university or higher technical trade school up to a maximum of four years. They can also be individuals who are already enrolled in a post-secondary curriculum. Neither graduate study request nor applications at the high school or prep school level are acceptable. Criteria: Applications will be evaluated by the Scholarship Selection Committee.

Funds Avail.: No specified amount. To Apply: Applicants must complete and submit the application form and enclose all items requested in the application; name and address; and have the application and attachment notarized. Deadline: June 30.

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