Air Force Officers' Spouses' Club of Washington, DC
Washington, DC 20032
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Applications are now being accepted for 2017.
SUE BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
Sue Brown served as the 2012-2013 President of the AFOWC. Tragically, she and her husband, Maj General Joe Brown were killed in an airplane crash on April 19, 2013.
Sue was a strong supporter of the scholarships and higher education. She served as the Scholarship Chair while stationed at Offutt AFB and was a dedicated member of the AFOWC scholarship committee during her time as president.
With the blessing of her parents and children, the AFOWC chose to honor and recognize her service and dedication to higher education through the establishment of the Sue Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund.
To make a donation to the Sue Brown Memorial Scholarship Fund please make checks payable to: AFOSC Welfare Fund with Sue Brown in the memo. These can be mailed to: AFOSC Welfare Treasurer, PO BOX 8490, Washington DC 20032.
Scholarship applications must be postmarked no later than
March 7, 2017 March 15, 2017.
My name is Mina Baldinger and I am the Scholarship Chair and Kathy Ray is the Scholarship Co-chair for 2016-2017.
We are gearing up for our Scholarship program for 2017! Our new applications will be available in December. Past winners have won scholarships worth $1000 up to $3500. We look forward to receiving your application.
If you have any questions about our scholarship program please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click on one of the red buttons to download the scholarship application that corresponds to you.
MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND
2016 SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
We had an amazing pool of candidates and were very impressed by the quality of students applying.
The purpose of the AFOSC Scholarship Awards Program is to acknowledge and reward outstanding academic and personal achievements of eligible United States Air Force dependents and spouses, of any rank, by offering merit based scholarships for study at higher learning institutions.