- Deadline: 01/31/2021
- Renewable: Unknown
- Number of Awards: 1
- Award Amount: $1,000
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- Address: 737 Flowing Meadow Drive Henderson, NV 89014
The Lint Center is a non-profit charity whose aim is to support the educational pursuits of the next generation of America’s Counterintelligence (CI) and National Security Workers.
This scholarship is created in honor of Staff Sgt. Richard Eaton, who was a United States Army Counterintelligence Special Agent and Bronze Star recipient.
The fund is aware of the necessity to provide financial help to young students who experience financial issues which make them unable to continue reaching higher educational goals.
The Lint Center wants to help promising individuals by assisting in educational pursuits through scholarship initiatives and the eligible candidates are encouraged to apply for this award.
This is a newly created fund which will award $1,000 which can be used for the payment of tuition and other educational costs.
So as to be eligible for The Army Staff Sgt. Richard S. Eaton Jr., Scholarship, you must be pursuing scholastic study in fields related to alliance building, counterintelligence, cultural understanding, and national security staff.
How to Apply
Once you determine that you are eligible candidate for this scholarship, you shoud make sure to submit all the necessary documentation which includes the following:
- A filled out scholarship application
- Current resume
- Proof of acceptance and enrollment at an accredited four year college or university
- University academic transcript(s) including cumulative GPA, both official and unofficial are accepted
- Copies of special academic awards or awards in general
- Two Faculty/Supervisor recommendation letters with their contact information included
- National Security Essay
- Personal Essay
More information about the essays and the examples can be found on the official scholarship provider’s website.
The purpose of the personal essay is to help the Scholarship Committee understand who you are and what you aspire to be, so as to determine whether the scholarship would be really beneficial to you.
The essay topics should be related to U.S. Counterintelligence, National Security, Alliance Building, and National Defense.
The Lint Center is open and interested in topics of your own choosing and passion as long as they are connected to the U.S. Counterintelligence and National Security.
The deadline for the submission of scholarship applications is January 31st.