"Ways to Use AFA Programs ... for AFA States & Chapters"
Michael Wilson Scholarship
- This scholarship program was created by the Air Force Association, in partnership with Brian Wilson, to fund the Michael Wilson Scholarship. Two (2) scholarships in the amount of $15,000 each will be awarded to highly qualified AFROTC cadets, entering into their junior or senior year.
- Pitsenbarger Awards provide a one-time grant of $400 to selected top active duty, Guard and Reserve USAF enlisted
personnel graduating from the Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) who plan to pursue a baccalaureate degree. The grants coincide with the CCAF
graduation ceremonies held each spring and fall.
View the Pitsenbarger Award Recipients.
- Lt Col Romeo and Josephine Bass Ferretti Scholarship
- This scholarship is made possible by a bequest from the estate of Lt Col Romeo and Josephine Bass Ferretti and was established for minor dependents of Air Force active duty, Reserve or Air National Guard enlisted airmen pursuing an undergraduate degree in the area of science, technology, engineering or math (STEM). The recipients will be selected based upon high academic standards, good character and financial need.
- Captain Jodi Callahan Memorial Scholarship
- The Captain Jodi Callahan Memorial Scholarship provides financial assistance and recognition to an active duty Air Force full time guard or reserve (officer or enlisted) person who is pursuing a Master's degree in a non-technical field.
- Spouse Scholarships
- The Air Force Spouse Scholarship program is designed to encourage Air Force spouses worldwide to pursue associate/bachelor
undergraduate or graduate/postgraduate degrees.
View the Spouse Scholarship Winners.
- Full Scholarship to Grantham University
- Through AFA's affiliation with Grantham University, AFA is pleased to provide an online degree scholarship to an Active Duty Dependent, an AFA Member, or a dependent of an AFA Member.
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