FBINAA Associate Magazine Q2.2021


Looking forward to the 2022 Scholarship Program

T he FBINAA Charitable Foundation annually offers 18 schol- arships of $1,000 each to selected high school seniors for post-secondary education at an accredited College or University. Four scholarships will be awarded to each of the four FBINAA Sections, and two to the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI. There are also sponsored scholarships which will be issued to the most eligible person who did not receive a Section Scholarship. The intent of this program is to: • Support and encourage youth development through continuing education at an accredited College or University • Promote community involvement • Encourage demonstrated leadership • Encourage active membership in the FBI National Academy Associates To be eligible applicant must be: • The child, step-child, or grandchild of an active member of the FBINAA or Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI • A high school senior • Plan to attend an undergraduate program at an accredited institution of higher learning

The manner in which a student applies for a scholarship changed last year. Students wishing to be considered must go onto the FBINAA Charitable Foundation website and navigate to the Scholarship page. All applications are now done on-line and through a portal. You must be able to upload your high school transcript, essay and a photograph of yourself and sponsor as part of the process. Applications will be accepted electronically between March 1 and March 31, 2022. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. All applicants will be notified of their application results. Any questions should be directed to FBINAA Charitable Foundation Scholarship Chairman, John LeLacheur at jlelacheur@beverlyma.gov or 978-578-9516 .

John G. LeLacheur, Session 241 Director Section 4 FBINAA Charitable Foundation

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