Scholarship Offer for Military Spouses Ends January 31
Speaking of scholarships for military spouses, as we were just last week, the non-profit National Military Family Association has some available, but you must act now.
Formed in 1969 and based in Alexandria, Virginia, the NMFA offers funding for a variety of education goals ranging from trade schools and English As A Second Language classes all the way up to master’s degrees and Ph.Ds. To apply, you need only be a spouse with a military ID, but hurry, because the deadline is January 31.
For more information on scholarships for military spouses, see the NMFA webpage.
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