Military Spouse Scholarships

Military Spouse Scholarships

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MSEI Logo.jpgThe Military Spouse Education Initiative (MSEI) has done an incredible job of compiling a list of Spouse Clubs & private organizations who are, or will be, offering scholarships for spouses & kids.  There are over 40 locations that represent over 20 states, please follow the link to learn more.

http://www.milspouseeducation.org/scholarships

Below is the basic list, click on the MSEI link above to find more information on each opportunity.

 

 


Maxwell-Gunter AFB OSC Club Alabama 02/28/14 
Elmendorf Officers' Spouses' Club Alaska 02/20/14  
Air Force Officers' Wives' Club of DC Any 03/03/14
Ft Huachuca Arizona 03/08/14 
Beale Officers' Spouse Club California 03/10/14
Camp Pendleton California 02/28/14 
MCAS Miramar California Not listed 
Monterrey OSC California 04/15/14 
NOSC (Washington DC) DC 04/01/14 
Dover Delaware 02/28/14 
Fort Benning Georgia Not listed 
Fort Gordon Georgia Not listed Click 
Hickam Officers' Spouses' Club Hawaii 03/10/14
Scott OSC Illinois 03/01/14 
Aviano OSC (Italy) Italy CLOSED 
Fort Campbell ESC Kentucky
Fort Campbell OSC Kentucky 03/01/14 
Fort Meade Maryland 04/01/14 
Keesler AFB (Mississippi) Mississippi  
Offutt AFB Nebraska 03/08/14 
Association of Bragg North Carolina 03/15/14 
Camp Lejeune North Carolina 03/01/14
MCAS Cherry Point North Carolina 03/15/14
MCAS New River OSC North Carolina 03/15/14
Minot Enlisted Spouse Club North Dakota 04/01/14
Wright Patterson OSC Scholarship (Ohio) Ohio
Tinker OSC Oklahoma 02/14/14
Dyess Air Force Base Spouses' Club Texas 03/07/14
Fort Bliss Texas 04/04/14
Fort Hood Texas 03/05/14
Fort Houston Texas 02/28/14
Belvoir Enlisted Spouse Club (VA) Virginia
Langley OSC Virginia 03/01/14
Quantico Officers' Spouses' Organization Virginia 02/28/14
JBLM Washington 03/26/14
FE Warren Wyoming 03/07/14
Naval Helicopter Association (Navy, Marine, Coast Guard)
Wings Over America Scholarship Foundation 03/01/14

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