General Robert B. Neller brings 45 years of military and leadership experience to the role ALEXANDRIA, VA, (April 6, 2020) — The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation announced today the appointment of General Robert B. Neller USMC (Ret.) as its new Chairman of the Board. General Neller served as the 37th Commandant of the Marine Corps […]
Jan. 13, 2020 A new Phoenix musical production not only pays homage to the Marine Corps, but is also dedicating a portion of its proceeds toward educating the children of Marines. Americano! Runs Jan. 29 through Feb. 23 at the Phoenix Theater Company. Producers are partnering with the non-profit Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation on several […]
ARLINGTON, Va. (ABC7) — He was just eight years old and being handed a folded flag by a commanding officer. Christian Golczynski’s father was a Marine killed in combat in Iraq. The flag was the one that was draped over his father’s casket. A picture was taken and it went viral. “At first I hated seeing […]
The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is proud to be on the December cover of At Ease magazine. At Ease is the magazine of the uniquely Mid-Atlantic military lifestyle, presenting content of interest to Military, their families, veterans and DoD personnel. Our story begins on page 20.
This might not be a nonprofit that comes immediately to mind when contemplating Houston’s charitable scene but the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation is an impressive, patriotic organization that on this night raised more than $1.4 million for college scholarships for military children. Continue reading…
Reflecting the Marines’ motto of “Semper Fi,” or “always faithful,” former Marine Eric Candelori has been actively supporting the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation for more than 40 years. As a teenager, he helped his father, also a former Marine, work on volunteer projects for the same foundation.
The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation’s 6th Annual Steel City Awards Dinner, held on Thursday, September 19, brought together senior leadership of the Marine Corps, Pittsburgh community members and scholarship recipients to recognize Marines by enabling their children to pursue college education.
Children of U.S. Marines with financial need and more than a 2.0 GPA are eligible for university scholarships, Sergeant Major Michael Barrett said. News4’s Aaron Gilchrist reports. (Published Wednesday, Aug 7, 2019 | Credit: Aaron Gilchrist)
SOCIAL MEDIA: For ceremony updates follow us @MarineScholars and connect with us by using the hashtag #MarineScholars. ALEXANDRIA, VA, (August 7, 2019) The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation announced it will award a record-breaking $8.2 million in academic scholarships to more than 2,360 children of Marines and Navy Corpsmen for the upcoming 2019-20 academic year. This […]
by Annie Zaleski, for Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation When Jordan Allen-Dansby was 12 years old, he suffered a tragic loss: His father, 1st Lt. Dustin Shumney, was killed in action while serving in Iraq. As the oldest child in his family, Allen-Dansby became a role model for his younger siblings and also took to heart his father’s assertion […]