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The Central Florida Marine Corps Foundation Scholarship 2016

The Central Florida Marine Corps Foundation (CFMCF), as an active and supportive member of the local community, provides scholarships to deserving students who are working towards furthering their education and/or skill level.

The CFMCF Scholarship Selection Committee determines the number and amount of scholarships awarded based upon the committee’s evaluation of the applications received. The committee will notify all scholarship applicants in writing once the selection process is completed.

This year there are two separate applications based on type of eligibility. Please ensure you select the correct application for download.

Scholarship Application for Marines

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Applicants must meet one of the following criteria:
    a. An active duty or reserve US Marine.
    b. A US Marine who served at least 6 months and has received an Honorable or Medical Discharge.
        •Provide with your application a copy of your DD214.
  2. Applicant must provide proof that he/she currently resides in one of the following seven Central Florida Counties: Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Polk, Seminole, or Volusia.
  3. Applicant must be in the process of applying to or attending as a student at an accredited junior college, four-year college, or university, or an accredited technical or vocational school/course. (NOTE: Proof of accreditation can be a link to the school’s website that shows state or federal accreditation.)

Download CFMCF Scholarship Application for Marines

Scholarship Application for Family Members, USMC JROTC Cadets and US Navy Corpsmen

Eligibility Requirements

  1. Applicants must meet one of the following four criteria:
    a. The son/daughter/grandchild/spouse of an active duty or reserve US Marine or of a US Marine who received an Honorable or Medical Discharge or who died while serving in the US Marine Corps
        • Provide Unit Name and Address for a Marine presently on active duty
        • Provide a copy of the former Marine’s DD214 or discharge paper(s).
    b. A student enrolled in a Marine Corps Junior ROTC program.
    c. An active duty or reserve US Navy Corpsman who serves, or has served at least 6 months, with the US Marine Corps.
        • Provide with your application the name of the Marine Unit and your dates of service with that Unit.
    d. US Navy Corpsman who has served at least 6 months with the US Marine Corps and has received an Honorable or Medical Discharge.
        • Provide with your application a copy of your DD214 and the name of the Marine Unit and your dates of service with that Unit.
  2. Applicant must provide proof that he/she currently resides in one of the following seven Central Florida Counties: Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Polk, Seminole, or Volusia.
  3. . Applicant must be in the process of applying to or attending as an undergraduate student at an accredited junior college, four-year college, or university.

Download CFMCF Scholarship Application

The raising of that flag on Suribachi means a MARINE CORPS for the next 500 years.

James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy

Donate to the Central Florida Marine Corps Foundation. Your generous contributions are greatly appreciated; not only by the Foundation, but also by those individuals whose lives have been impacted by your support. We look forward to your support.

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