NAPLES, FL, August 01, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — is proud to announce the next evolution in support and services for the United States Armed Forces. With the new College Scholarship Program, military men and women of all ages can apply and compete for up to $1000 towards higher education expenses.

More than 1.4 million U.S. citizens are currently active in the military and need support from the country they are so valiantly protecting. The Federal government and nonprofit organizations offer multiple scholarships to partially and fully cover tuition costs for college to veterans, active duty personnel, as well as family related to members of the military. The Army ROTC, in addition to the Navy and Air Force ROTC programs are three of the nation’s biggest scholarship grantors, providing approximately $274 million in money to more than 13,000 students every year, according to the U.S. Army Cadet Command.

The college scholarship program is an excellent supplement to other scholarships and will be offering $1,000 to qualified applicants for the upcoming school year. This will be an ongoing scholarship and all members of the U.S. Armed Forces are encouraged to apply if interested in attending higher education institutions and colleges. In order to apply for this scholarship, applicants must provide a well written 500-word essay with the topic being on what serving your country means to you and how this scholarship would help your overall efforts at succeeding in college. All entries are to be submitted by July 1st, in order to be qualified to review, and the team at will begin the process of judging all received entries. All winners will be notified no later than July 15, so please sign up as soon as possible!

You can apply for the scholarship here: has been providing the men and women of the Armed Forces with the very best services for locating Military Bases, including detailed Base descriptions, information on Commissaries, and other helpful tools for the important personnel who ultimately protect our great country.

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