Generation T Scholarships are offered to Veterans and spouses who would like to enter into or advance their career in the skilled trades industry. Applications for Spring will be accepted from February 22nd through April 30th, 2022. Fall applications will be accepted from July 19th through September 24th, 2022.
For more information about these scholarships, click the icons below or contact Carl Jackson at carljackson -at- amvets -dot- org or 301-683-4007.
AMVETS National Service Foundation is proud to offer scholarships to our nation’s Veterans, Active Duty, Guard and Reserves, their Spouses as well as their Children and Grandchildren.
AMVETS scholarship are designed to fulfill a financial gap after all Federal/State educational grants or scholarship eligible to applicant has been utilized and all means has been exhausted.
Applicants must meet all the eligibility requirements, gather the required documents, and complete the online application in its entirety.
Click here to view the requirements.
Applications are available on or around January 15th through April 30th.
For questions email scholarships@AMVETS.org or call 301-683-4031.
Veterans or Active Duty:
Four (4) scholarships from $4000 to $12,000 awarded annually
One (1) scholarship of $4,000 awarded.
Four (4) scholarships from $1000 to $4000 awarded.
The Dr. Caccomo Family Foundation Memorial Scholarship
The Caccomo Memorial Scholarship is in memory and honoring Dr. Aurelio M. Caccomo, who immigrated from Rome to the United States in the 1950’s and became a physician, orthopedic surgeon, and Army Reservist. He served his adopted country in the Special Forces and retired as a Colonel. Dr. Caccomo spent the last fifteen year of his life serving at the University of Illinois in Chicago under the Department of Orthopedics and establishing his Family Foundation, which provides these meaningful and impactful scholarships for our veterans.
The Donald Montana Distinguished Military Veteran Scholarship
This Scholarship is given in the memory of the distinguished military service of Donald Montana and the exemplary attention and guidance that he provided to his loving family. Donald’s values of education and service to one’s nation and scholarly guidance are being nurtured and prospered by this gift of a scholarship to a deserving veteran.
Failure to provide accurate information could preclude your consideration for this scholarship.