USFAA offers six $1,000 scholarships for 2005.
The US Field Artillery artillery, originally meant any large weaponry (including such ancient engines of war as catapults and battering rams) or war material, but later applied only to heavy firearms as opposed to small arms. Association (USFAA USFAA United States Federal Aviation Administration ) will award six college or vocational school scholarships of $1000 each in August 2005. The scholarships are for worthy USFAA members and their immediate family members to help them attain their academic or vocational goals.
Scholarships will be awarded in three categories: USFAA members, immediate family members of enlisted en·list·ed
Of, relating to, or being a member of a military rank below a commissioned officer or warrant officer.
Adjective members of the USFAA and immediate family members of officer members of the USFAA. The deadline for the scholarship applications is 1 July July: see month. with the winners announced not later than 15 August.
Each applicant must fall in one of the three categories; be accepted for admission into an accredited accredited
recognition by an appropriate authority that the performance of a particular institution has satisfied a prestated set of criteria.
cattle herds which have achieved a low level of reactors to, e.g. university, college or vocational undergraduate program of study; and submit a signed application not later than 1 July to the US Field Artillery Association, P.O. Box 33027, Fort Sill Fort Sill, U.S. military reservation, Comanche co., SW Okla., 4 mi (6.4 km) N of Lawton; est. 1869 by Gen. Philip Sheridan. A 95,000-acre (38,445-hectare) field artillery and missile base, it is the home of the U.S. Army Artillery and Missile Center. , Oklahoma 73503-0027. Copies of the application are online at the USFAA homepage at www.fieldartillery.org, available at the USFAA office on Fort Sill at Bldg 758 McNair Avenue or by mail at PO Box 33027, Fort Sill, Oklahoma, 73503. Applicants may call the USFAA office for an application: (580) 355-4677. The applicant must include recent transcripts from the high school from which he or she graduated (or will be graduated) and any colleges or technical schools attended with the application. In addition, each must attach a page to the application that explains personal educational goals and how the scholarship will help him or her meet those goals. The page explaining educational goals will be no longer than one double-spaced typed page with standard letter margins.
Among other information, the applicant will have to provide an estimate of educational expenses and an itemization i·tem·ize
v. i·tem·ized, i·tem·iz·ing, i·tem·iz·es
1. To place or include on a list of items: itemized her expenses on the proper form.
2. of income, including earnings and savings; other loans, grants and scholarships; government benefits, family support or other income.
In addition, the applicant will have to provide statements by three character or academic references. The application includes the USFAA Scholarship Program Reference Form for the three persons endorsing the applicant to fill out.
The USFAA Scholarship Committee will determine the scholarship winners. All decisions will be final.
The winners will have to provide proof of current enrollment in an accredited university, college or vocational institution in order to receive the scholarship checks.