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Standing Watch for 241 Years

On November 10, Marines around the globe will commemorate the 241st birthday of the United States Marine Corps. The next day, Americans everywhere will pause to salute service members of all branches on Veterans Day. For anyone who has served, it’s a reflective time of year. For Marines, in particular, we’re not just marking an […]

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#WhyMCSF (Part II)

This blog post is part of a series celebrating our National Scholarship Announcement Ceremony and honoring the scholarship recipients and their families receiving scholarship support for the 2016-17 academic year. Today we are featuring a post written by one of our scholars, Isaiah Leiva, a rising senior at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. […]

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#WhyMCSF (Part I)

This blog post is part of a series celebrating our National Scholarship Announcement Ceremony and honoring the scholarship recipients and their families receiving scholarship support for the 2016-17 academic year. Today we are featuring a post written by one of our scholars, Chancy Schaaf, a rising senior at the George Mason University and daughter of […]

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Always (the Child of) a Marine

As this year’s application period draws to a close, we’re looking forward to our favorite time of year; award season! It’s around this time that we receive thousands of thank you letters from our newly awarded scholars and get to read each of their inspiring stories of impact. Here’s a look back at one of […]

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Now I Can (Part III)

This blog post is part of a larger series titled, “Now I can,” in celebration of Dr. Hans -Peter Wild’s, historic 16.5 million dollar gift to the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation. Inspired by his investment in their education, students across the country shared personal stories of the impact this scholarship has had on their lives. […]

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Now I Can (Part II)

This blog post is part of a larger series titled, “Now I can,” in celebration of Dr. Hans -Peter Wild’s, historic $16.5 million dollar gift to the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation. Inspired by his investment in their education, students across the country shared personal stories of the impact this scholarship has had on their lives. […]

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Now I Can (Part I)

This blog post is part of a larger series titled, “Now I can,” in celebration of Dr. Hans -Peter Wild’s, historic $16.5 million dollar gift to the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation. Inspired by his investment in their education, students across the country shared personal stories of the impact this scholarship has had on their lives. […]

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When Honor Runs in the Family

This blog post is part of series highlight winning entries from our Hewlett-Packard Laptop Giveaway. During the Giveaway, our scholarship recipients shared the importance of growing up in a Marine household and how their upbringing has positively impacted them as leaders. Today we’re proud to feature a post written by Isaiah Leiva, a junior at […]

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A Recipe for Success

Every dream has a journey and every career has a path. The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation can help you on your way. We’re committed supporting Marine children in every pursuit of their educational goals and these days there’s no more versatile educational path than Career and Technical Education (CTE). What many used to think of […]

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Lights, Camera, Success

At the Marine Corps Scholarship foundation we look beyond the classroom and exhaust every opportunity to positively impact the lives of our students. With soaring student debt and a challenging job market ahead – the steps we take now to support our scholar’s career journeys can make all the difference. In this post, Foundation Scholar, […]

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