The Warrior’s Legacy Scholarship Fund was established in 2018 by Federal Resources, a Noble company, to support families with a parent or guardian who is an active-duty or retired service member of Law Enforcement, the Armed Forces, or other first responder occupation. To recognize and express gratitude for our service members’ bravery in defending our country and securing our safety, FR awards an annual scholarship to one college-bound individual who meets the scholarship requirements.
Applicants for the one-time $5000 scholarship must submit an essay of 500+ words or more by the deadline, May 31, on the following essay topic.
Write about how you envision service careers to change for the next generation. What will stay constant, and what will be different?
FR’s Scholarship Committee will review all completed applications and award one individual the 2022 Warrior’s Legacy Scholarship. The scholarship funds will be issued in the form of a check and will be made out to the student’s accredited institution to be applied towards school-related costs: tuition, school supplies, or books. The scholarship winner will be notified by July 1, 2022.
To see all eligibility requirements and fill out an application, visit the link below.
About Federal Resources
Federal Resources, founded in 1986, is a supplier of highly technical safety and security solutions primarily serving the U.S. military, federal government, and state and local first responders. It offers:
- Procurement & distribution expertise as a leading provider of technical solutions for highly attractive growth segments of defense, Homeland Security, and first responder markets.
- Differentiated life cycle sustainment, including consultative support services that create a network of valuable offerings throughout a customer’s mission life cycle, including guidance through complex government procurement processes.
Federal Resources’ end markets include CBRNE (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear & explosive, and emergency preparedness), C4ISR (command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, and surveillance & reconnaissance), and MRO (maintenance, repair, and operations). Federal Resources became a Noble company in October 2021.