Operation Veteran Education Scholarship (ID 3151)
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- As a way to say “thank you” to our US military veterans who have sacrificed years of their lives to serve this country, the Kronzek Firm is proud to announce the Operation: Veteran Education Scholarship, worth $1,000.
Millions of U.S. Armed Forces veterans are currently taking advantage of the GI Bill. For many, this bill pays for all tuition, in addition to room, board, books and other costs. But for others, it may only cover part of the costs. There are many factors that determine how much of an education is covered by the GI Bill, including time served and the school attended. In addition, veterans must have served after Sept. 10, 2001.
For those who do not get fully covered by the GI Bill, going back to school can be a challenge. At the Kronzek Law Firm, we know going to school is an important step in adjusting to civilian life. That’s why we want to help those who served our country get the education they deserve. Our Operation: Veteran Education Scholarship is open to anyone who served in the US military and is in good standing with the military, regardless of age or whether you were active duty.
- In order to qualify for the Kronzek Firm Operation: Veteran Education Scholarship, you must:
-Be accepted into or currently attending an accredited college or university (including technical schools)
-Be able to provide a copy of your DD-214, NAVPERS form or WD AGO to prove you are a veteran who was Honorably Discharged, received an Entry Level Separation or received a Clemency Discharge with a Certificate of Completion, or are otherwise in good standing with the military.
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- How to Apply
To apply for the Kronzek Firm Operation: Veteran Education Scholarship, please submit a completed application, as well as an official copy of one of the documents listed above. Additionally, you must complete a 500 to 1,000 word essay on ONE of the topics listed below.
Applicant Essay Topics
Please write a 500 to 1,000 word essay on ONE of these topics:
1. How has your military experience influenced your view on the importance of a quality education?
2. What challenges have you faced (mental, physical, emotional, financial, etc.) since being discharged from the military, and how have you overcome them?
3. In what ways do you believe an education will improve your life as a veteran and civilian?