- Renewable: Unknown
- Number of Awards: 2
- Award Amount: $2,000
- Website: www.amla-tcml.org
- Phone: 434-234-4547
- Fax: Not Available
- Email: email@example.com
- Address: P.O. Box 4744 Charlottesville, VA 22905
The Association of Military Legal Administrators (AMLA) is proud to launch the AMLA Scholarship Program to help those young people who are trying to achieve higher education goals.
The Association of Military Legal Administrators (AMLA) constantly shares knowledge in the ongoing mission of teaching, coaching, mentoring and leading .
If you are among the eligible students you should read all guidelines, policies, and requirements before applying and make sure to submit all the necessary documentation as you will be a possible candidate for $2000 award.
Association of Military Legal Administrators Policy and Procedures POLICY will award two academic scholarships.
As there are two categories, the qualified applicants should be eligible for either of them by fulfilling the requirements of the category they apply for.
The Category I is designed for eligible spouse or child (17-21) of AMLA Members, while the Category II is for eligible non-serving, non-retired Veteran.
When we speak about the eligibility, it is restricted to members of AMLA and/or their dependents for category I, while any veteran that is not currently serving or retired may apply under category II with proof of service.
How to Apply
If you find yourself eligible for this award, you should email all the required documents in one email to Scholarships@amla-tcml.org before the deadline which is on 30th June.
The application should consist of filled out application form in which you will provide all information requested and appropriate signatures.
Additionally, you have to submit the current school counselor record with your cumulative GPA or provide an unofficial college transcript with current GPA.
There should be mentioned a college you intend to attend or are currently enrolled in.
Furthermore, you will be asked to write a personal essay in which you are supposed to speak about the best of your ability integrating our organizational motto of Teach, Coach, Mentor, Lead into the final product.
In their essay, the applicants will need to speak how their educational goal feeds into our organizational values of Teach, Coach, Mentor, and Lead.
The scholarship winners will be determined based on their personal essay while the GPA is needed to verify enrollment.