Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA) Scholarships

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$500 CollegeMapper Scholarship - No Essay $500
Sponsored: The $500 CollegeMapper Scholarship is open to all students currently enrolled in high school and plan to attend a college or University in the U.S. AND to students who are already enrolled in college and are looking to transfer schools. Refer a friend for more chances to win.
AFSA Scholarship Program $1000-$2500
Financial assistance offered through the Air Force Sergeants Association to students attending an accredited college or vocational/technical school. Must be undergraduate student, under age ...
Air Force Sergeants Assn./Coors Distributing Company Award $500
This scholarship will be awarded to dependent children or spouses of U.S. Air Force active duty, retired or deceased personnel. Applicants must demonstrate need and academic requirements.
AMF Scholarships $1000-$1500
These scholarships are available to dependent youth of Air Force personnel who meet the eligibility criteria. Must be undergraduate student, under age 23, who is a dependent child or ...
AMF Sharon Piccoli Memorial Scholarship $1500
These scholarships are available to dependent youth of Air Force personnel who meet the eligibility criteria. Must be undergraduate student, under age 23, who is a dependent child or ...