Scholarships Booklet - page 46

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Other scholarships
Follow directions under “Application” — VSAC forms cannot be used to apply for other scholarships.
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Any enrollment
Vermont Air National Guard Montgomery G.I. Bill
Chapter 1606
(administered and paid by the Veterans Administration)
Eligibility:
• Be a high school graduate or GED recipient
• Be a member of the Vermont Air National Guard with a six-year
commitment
• Enroll in a VA-approved course of study or training program
Required documents:
N/A
Renewability:
May be renewable for up to four years.
Application:
Obtain additional information and details from:
• Vermont Air National Guard recruiter
800-242-4055
• Vermont Air National Guard retention office manager
802-660-5211
Amount:
Maximum of $11,412 toward the total cost of college/
university; payments up to $367 per month are made for up to 36
months (four nine-month school years) for full-time students; part-
time students are paid based on the number of credit hours taken
Selection:
Six-year service commitment and completion of basic
and technical training
Average applicants:
470
Average awards:
470
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Any student
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Any program
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Any enrollment
Vermont Air National Guard Montgomery G.I. Bill
Kicker Program
(administered and paid by the Veterans Administration)
Eligibility:
• Meet eligibility criteria for the Montgomery G.I. Bill benefit
• Be a high school graduate or GED recipient
• Enroll in a VA-approved course of study or training program
• Enlist for six years in an incentive-eligible career field in the
Vermont Air National Guard
Required documents:
N/A
Renewability:
May be renewable for up to four years.
Application:
Obtain additional information and details from:
• Vermont Air National Guard recruiter
800-242-4055
• Vermont Air National Guard retention office manager
802-660-5211
Amount:
Maximum of $12,600 toward the total cost of college/
university; payments up to $350 per month are made for up to 36
months (four nine-month school years) for full-time students; part-
time students are paid based on the number of credit hours taken
Selection:
Six-year service commitment and completion of basic
and technical training
Average applicants:
300
Average awards:
300
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Any student
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Any program
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Any enrollment
Vermont Army National Guard Montgomery
Chapter 1606 G.I. Bill
(administered and paid by the Veterans Administration)
Eligibility:
• Be a high school graduate or GED recipient
• Have become a member of the Selected Reserve or National Guard
since July 1, 1985, with a six-year commitment
• Enroll in a VA-approved course of study or training program
Required documents:
N/A
Renewability:
May be renewable for up to four years.
Application:
Obtain additional information and details from:
• Local Vermont Army National Guard recruiter
• Local Guard unit
• Vermont Army National Guard Education Office (802-338-3378)
Amount:
Payments up to $368 per month are made for up to 36
months (four nine-month school years) for full-time students; part-
time students are paid based on the number of credit hours taken
Effective October 1, 2015, federal tuition assistance and Chapter 1606
G.I. Bill cannot be utilized for the same course.
Selection:
Six-year service commitment and completion of initial
active duty training
Average applicants:
400
Average awards:
400
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High school students
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Any program
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Full time
Vermont Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriters
(CPCU) Society Scholarship
This scholarship was created to encourage Vermont students to pursue
a career in business. All business careers will be considered; however,
preference will be given to those with an interest in the insurance
and risk management sector.
Eligibility:
• Attend an accredited school approved for federal Title IV funding
(Pell grants, Stafford loans, PLUS loans)
• Seek education or training related to business
(preference given to
applicants who seek education or training in insurance/risk management)
• Demonstrate academic achievement (minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA
on a 4.0 scale)
• Demonstrate school/community involvement/service
Required documents:
• Letter or acceptance to an accredited college/university
• Recommendation letter
• Essay (one to two pages, double-spaced)
• Official transcript
Application:
Obtain application from:
Submit required documents to:
Amount:
One $500 scholarship
Selection:
Academic achievement, recommendation letter, and essay
Average applicants:
TBD
Average awards:
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