Three National Guard officers recently earned full-tuition scholarships to pursue their master’s degrees at the University of Phoenix through the National Guard Association of the United States scholarship program.
The scholarship is
available to eligible members of the
National Guard. Applicants submit three essays that detail how the
master’s degree would advance their long-term educational goals; describe their
community service achievements; and reflect on an experience that contributed to
their professional development.
This year’s scholarship recipients, from the Army and Air National Guard, are 1st Lt. Lindsey Hardenstine, Capt. Chad Morgan and Maj. Jerome Guerrero.
“University of Phoenix is proud to partner with the National Guard Association of the United States to recognize the achievements of their officers and provide them an opportunity to enhance their education and careers,” University of Phoenix Vice President of Military and Veterans Affairs Adam Such said. “National Guard officers embody the type of student we look for at University of Phoenix. They’re dedicated, hard-working and disciplined and it is truly our honor to welcome them to the Phoenix family.”
This is the program’s fourth year, with 14
full-tuition master’s scholarships already awarded.
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