GAINSWave® invites veterans who would like to return to school to apply for our Veteran Continuing Education Scholarship. The winner of this $2,500 scholarship will be a veteran who meets the eligibility criteria and most impresses the scholarship committee with demonstrated academic promise and a profound commitment to the ideals of service that they developed while in the military.
About GAINSWave®’s Veteran Continuing Education Scholarship
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Defining Your Transition From Military Service to Civilian Life
As a veteran, you possess many positive attributes that stem from your military service. These traits include discipline, dependability, responsibility, perseverance, and adaptability. Your military career has strengthened you with a robust sense of maturity, advanced coping skills, resiliency, and pride. The military honed these abilities, and you applied them honorably during your time of service.
Now that you move on with your life as a civilian, will you find a new form of service to which you can apply all that the military has instilled in you? We at GAINSWave® hope so.
Start Planning Your Education to Continue the Spirit of Service as a Civilian
To thank veterans for their service and to encourage them to use their remarkable skills toward the betterment of the world in another manner of service, GAINSWave® offers its Veteran Continuing Education Scholarship.
Eligibility Requirements for the Veteran Continuing Education Scholarship
Applicants for the Veteran Continuing Education Scholarship must meet the following criteria:
- Have a 3.0 GPA (application must include a copy of your unofficial transcript)
- Be enrolled or accepted in an accredited college or university
- Compose and attach an essay, as described on this page
- Agree to Terms and Conditions
- Complete and submit the scholarship application form on this page by the July 1, 2020 deadline
Please craft a 1,000-word essay on the topic described below. Save the essay as a PDF and upload it with your application form and other documentation requested in the application.
“What are the dreams and goals that you set for yourself while serving or put on hold to serve? How will you make it happen?”
Deadline for Submissions
Applications must be submitted by July 1, 2020, to be considered. No exceptions will be made.