Federal Resources Warrior's Legacy Scholarship Fund
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2020 Warrior's Legacy Scholarship Fund

Founded in 2018, Federal Resources' Warrior's Legacy Scholarship was created to support the families of those who protect us all, and to give back to those who put their lives on the line for us each and every day. There is no way to fully repay someone for their service and bravery in defending our country and our freedoms, but as a way of showing our support and gratitude for these dedicated individuals, FR will award a one-time $5,000 check to winning college bound high school senior or currently enrolled college student who meets the requirements of the scholarship. We believe in continuing to support today's youth and instill the same values in them that our service members embody.

To apply participants are asked to write an essay of 500+ words sharing their story by answering the below essay question.

Service members and first responders must make difficult decisions on a daily basis. What difficult decision have you had to make regarding your educational and/or future career goals?

FR's Scholarship Committee will review all completed applications and award the 2020 Warrior's Legacy Scholarship to one individual. 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 to include: tuition, school supplies or books.

Scholarship winner will be notified by July 31, 2020. Scholarship funds will be made payable to attending institution, not the applicant.

Scholarship Initiative

To better educate and assist the children of military, law enforcement, or first responders in their professional development goals, Federal Resources is pleased to offer The Warrior's Legacy Scholarship Fund to a college bound high school senior or currently enrolled college student that meet all eligilibity requirements.

TO BE ELIGIBLE, A PARTICIPANT MUST:

  • Be a senior graduating high school in 2020 or be a full-time student currently enrolled in an accredited technical school, college, or university in the United States.
  • Have a minimum 3.0 GPA based on a 4.0 grading system.
  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
  • Have a parent/guardian with proper service certification (police, EMT, paramedic, fire fighter, military).
  • Submit a 500+ word essay (no longer than 2 pages).

TO APPLY, THE STUDENT MUST:

  • Submit the essay by May 1, 2020.
  • Fill out mandatory sections on essay form.
  • Include a copy of his/her transcript to verify grade point average and proof confirming attendance at the accredited institution.
  • High School seniors must include verification of enrollment.
  • Submit documented proof confirming parent and/or guardian's military, law enforcement, or first responder status.

HOW TO APPLY:
There are two ways to apply to the Warrior's Legacy Scholarship Fund. You can fill out the form on this page or download the form and mail or email it to the scholarship committee.

  • Complete the form and upload your verification documents.
  • Download the WLSF Form Here and email along with all verification documents to
Download the Application

Send your application to:

Email:
scholarships@federalresources.com

Mail:
Federal Resources
Attn: Scholarship Committee
235G Log Canoe Circle
Stevensville MD, 21666

For questions or more information, please contact us at:
800.892.1099 | federalresources.com

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Terms and Conditions
  • The Federal Resources Warrior's Legacy Scholarship Fund will be awarded to one winning recipient, one time only, to assist with educational expenses. Winning participants may submit an application each year but will be eligible to receive a one year only award under the program.
  • The high school college-bound senior must show proof of acceptance into an accredited institution and submit proper documentation validating GPA and attendance.
  • The applicant must submit documentation confirming proof of his/her parent/guardian's military, law enforcement, or first responder status. Proper documentation includes, but is not limited to, military identification, badge identification number, or other paperwork or certificates proving employment in these categories.
  • The applicant's parent and/or legal guardian must be a full time, volunteer, or retired service member.
  • The scholarship deadline is May 1, 2020. After the Scholarship Committee reviews applications, the awardee will be notified by July 31, 2020.
  • By signing and submitting an application, the applicant provides his/her consent to Federal Resources to share his/her story on any and all digital platforms and social media sites.
  • Employees or relatives of Federal Resources are ineligible to apply.
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