Dear Scholarship Applicant:
Thank you for your interest in applying for an Arkansas National Guard Foundation (ANGF) Survivor Scholarship. It is indeed a privilege and pleasure to welcome your commitment to furthering your education and your interest in the Scholarship Program. Five $1000 scholarships will be awarded for the academic year 2024-2025.
To ensure your opportunity of being a viable candidate for a scholarship, appearing below are some guidelines that are extremely important as you complete your application for scholarship consideration.
WHO CAN APPLY? The primary next of kin, including parents, surviving spouses, (so long as they remain unmarried until the age 55), and children (under the age of 23) of armed service members who lose their lives during the term of their enlistment regardless of military branch, duty status, or manner of death are eligible to apply for scholarships awarded by the ANGF Survivor Scholarship Program. Siblings of fallen service members eligible if there was a loco parent’s relationship.
WHAT EDUCATION IS COVERED? Applicants must be enrolled or planning to enroll in a full time or part time in undergraduate program leading to a bachelor’s degree or to a junior college in a program of study that leads to an associated degree or a certificate in a trade (CNA, CDL, HVAC, STEM, Welding, etc.)