Airmen Memorial Foundation Scholarships
Website: Airmen Memorial Foundation
Airmen Memorial Foundation Scholarship Program
The AMF conducts scholarship programs to financially assist the undergraduate studies of eligible dependents of military personnel. AMF/CMSAF/AFSA scholarships are valued from $1,000 to $5,000 to students age 23 or younger attending an accredited academic institution.
Alexandria Lian Reed Academic Excellence Scholarship
A Columbia Southern University (CSU) sponsored scholarship valued at $24,600 (two years) 60 credit hours, online only – cannot be transferred and can be used towards an associate or bachelor’s degree): The Alexandria Lian Reed Academic Excellence Scholarship is presented to a student in the Junior Reserve Office Training Corps Program who demonstrates academic excellence and leadership qualities throughout their JROTC tenure; the student shows great potential for increased leadership roles. In addition, the individual is dedicated to continuous self-improvement, developing others, school, and community.
Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA) Scholarship Program
The AFSA Scholarship Program began in 1968 with one $1,000 scholarship. Today, AFSA has awarded more than 655 scholarships totaling more than $991,600 in scholastic financial aid. The scholarships are funded by donations from AFSA members, the association’s field activities, and memorials.
AFSA Barksdale Trade School Scholarship
Note: This application uses a separate application packet.
Chief Master Sergeants of the Air Force (CMSAF Award)
The CMSAF Scholarship Program (formerly the CMSAF Richard D. Kisling Scholarships) was created in 1987 upon the death of CMSAF Kisling. It was renamed in 1997 following the passing of CMSAFs Andrews and Harlow. The program is funded by donations, memorials, and speaking honorariums.
AFSA International Auxiliary Education Grant Program (AEG)
AFSA conducts a program to financially help AFSA Auxiliary members with a valid need of assistance to enhance their income potential through formal education and/or training. The AEG program is designed for AFSA Auxiliary members to obtain effective education and/or training to acquire improved marketable skills.
This application uses a separate form.
Mission Partner Scholarships Available
Family-Focused Scholarship Sponsored by Columbia Southern Education Group (CSEG)
William H. Pitsenbarger Heroism Award Scholarship Sponsored in partnership with American Military University (AMU)
The Kaleth O. Wright Excellence in Leadership Scholarship Sponsored by Waldorf University
TSgt Virgil Perry AFSA Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) of the Year Sponsored by Columbia Southern University (CSU)
SSgt Donald Ward AFSA Airman of the Year Scholarship Sponsored by Waldorf University
Air-Force Recruiting Service Blue Suit Scholarship Sponsored by Columbia Southern University (CSU)
Uniformed Services Dependent children pursuing undergraduate degrees. Sponsors must be Military members, Joint Services Enlisted and Commissioned Officers currently serving (Active duty, Retired or a Veteran of the military).
Several scholarships are available. Please check eligibility details for each at https://hqamf.org/scholarships.
- US Citizen
- Permanent Resident
Apply online at https://hqamf.org/scholarships.
The scholarship programs all use the same application, unless noted.
The Airmen Memorial Foundation (AMF) conducts scholarship programs to financially assist the undergraduate studies of eligible dependents of military personnel. AMF/CMSAF/AFSA scholarships are valued from $1,000 to $5,000 to students age 23 or younger attending an accredited academic institution.
Contact HQ AFSA Member and Field Relations at 1-800-638-0594, ext 288.