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  • Survey: Military Spouse Scholarship Underused

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    More than half of potential users of a Defense Department military spouse scholarship don't know the program exists, a new report finds. The study, conducted by the RAND Corporation and released early this month, examined answers related to the My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) scholarship from about 13,000 spouses in a late 2012 active duty military spouse survey conducted by the Defense Department (DoD). Of the respondents who had ... more

  • 2013 CCME Military Education Award Nominations

    The Council of College and Military Educators is pleased to announce a call for nominations for the 2013 CCME military education awards.  According to Joycelyn Groot, CCME President, "We are encouraging everyone in the military education community to nominate individuals and organizations that meet the criteria of the CCME awards.  Traditionally this has been a great opportunity to recognize the very best serving our military's education needs... more

  • Getting Student Veterans Off the Sidelines

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    The average traditional college student ranges in age from 18-22. In contrast, the matriculating student veteran ranges in ages from 22-42 with an average somewhere within the 23-27 age range. Many enter colleges and universities with some courses under their belt either online or acquired as part of education and training courses obtained during military service. As a result, most enter college skipping forward to their sophomore or junior ye... more

  • American Legion Sponsors Scholarship

    The American Legion Legacy Scholarship ensures that the children of parents who died while on active-duty military service on or after Sept. 11, 2001, achieve their dream of attending college. This includes legally adopted children or children of a spouse by a prior marriage. The renewable scholarship helps college students working toward an undergraduate degree, with the expense of tuition, books, room and board, and other supplies. If you or... more

  • Navy Seeks Scholarship Applicants

    Unrestricted line, U. S. Navy Information Dominance Corps and Supply Corps officers interested in developing language skills and regional cultural knowledge are encouraged to apply for the Fiscal Year (FY-17) Olmsted Scholar Program. The Olmsted program is a unique scholarship opportunity offering two years of graduate study using a foreign language while providing overseas cultural and travel opportunities and often leads to a graduate degree... more

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