Getting a good college education, desired degree programs and landing that dream degree program is one of the priority goals of many young adults. Aside from the fact that most reasonably paying jobs require a bachelor degree even for entry level positions, a bachelor degree is the first step for young adults to reach and fulfill their dream for the future. If you are the kind who is looking forward to serving the country through providing national security, there are many scholarships out there which can aid you financially to help you in the first step of being a professional.
Serving the country is a noble goal which every student should have the chance to fulfill, despite one of the hardest adversities to overcome which is financial constraints. Studying to get a degree especially those who are out of state has to be one of the most expensive endeavors in one’s life, and sometimes part-time jobs can only do so little to help in college fees and other needs. One of the options is to look up scholarships or financial aid within the campus or online and hope you are one of the ones being granted the aid.
To help you with your search, the Lint Center for National Security Studies, Inc. is currently offering another scholarship to qualified students currently in college education through the generous donation and efforts of Chief Doug M. McGaughey CCP, CI Special Agent, USA (CW2, Ret). The McGaughey Family Scholarship will provide financial aid costing $1,000 in order to help students with their tuition fees, books, and other educational fees except for room and board. If you are in a degree programs which are related to the fields of Alliance Building, Counteritelligence, Cultural Understanding, and National Security, then you are highly encouraged to try and apply for this scholarship.
Deadline of applications is on every July 31 every year and is open to U.S. citizens who are interested to apply. The required materials in order to apply for the scholarship are, digital photograph attached to the application document, resume, proof of acceptance and enrollment to a college or university, current and updated academic transcripts, copies of any awards received, two faculty recommendation letters, national security essay, personal essay, and Lint Center Virtual Archive for National Security contribution essay. For more information on the scholarship, you can visit the official Lint Center for National Security website through this link, https://www.lintcenter.org/scholarships/#leebyun.