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Scholarship for Children of Disabled, Deceased, and POW MIA Veterans

The Scholarship for Children of Disabled, Deceased, and POW MIA Veterans is a Scholarship sponsored by North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs.

Award Information:

Amount of Scholarship: Minimum: $1500, Average: $3000, Maximum: $4500
Application Deadline: 31-Mar
Requirements: Applicant must be the child of a deceased or disabled veteran or veteran listed as POW/MIA. The veteran must have been a legal resident of North Carolina at the time of entry into service, or the child must have been born in North Carolina and resided there continuously since birth. Applicant must be attending a school in North Carolina.
Eligibility: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior, Master's-level study, Doctoral-level study

Sponsorship provided by:

North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs
Albemarle Building, Suite #1065, 325 North Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC 27603
USA
Phone Number: 919 733 3851
Fax Number: 919 733 2834

You can find out more by contacting:

Charles F. Smith
Assistant Secretary

Raleigh, NC 27603
US
Phone Number: 919 733 3851
Fax Number: 919 733 2834

A good place to start is to spend time looking into the background of the scholarship. Getting the greatest odds of success is a result of finding out the requirements from the start and making sure you meet them. At the outset be aware of the driving force for the North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs and their goals for the Scholarship for Children of Disabled, Deceased, and POW/MIA Veterans. After making sure you satisfy the prerequisites, verify that there is a reasonable chance of actually getting the scholarship. If you think that you have the possibility of going on to be one of the winners of the Scholarship for Children of Disabled, Deceased, and POW/MIA Veterans, then it is useful to use your time.

One critical detail of applying for the scholarship is filling out the application correctly. Applications can sometimes be drawn-out and tedious, but it is absolutely critical that the forms are filled out properly and in its entirety. You don't want to be bumped on a technicality.

After the required forms have been mailed, figure out the timeframe regarding when the Scholarship for Children of Disabled, Deceased, and POW/MIA Veterans distributes the resources in order to stay informed about if it is possible to count on the scholarship to provide additional support for any bills associated with your education and what assistance it will provide, as there may be restrictions on how you can use the Scholarship for Children of Disabled, Deceased, and POW/MIA Veterans. Increasingly, it is tough to find ways to handle all of your financial needs, and having the additional resources of the Scholarship for Children of Disabled, Deceased, and POW/MIA Veterans to assist with your expenses can be a huge help. If you don't end up getting the Scholarship for Children of Disabled, Deceased, and POW/MIA Veterans, don't give up, you can find different scholarships that you can hopefully get.

Last Updated: 12/18/2015

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