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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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Graduating with Honor (Part III)

This blog post is the final of a series saluting our graduating scholars. As we celebrate the impact on America’s future during Military Appreciation Month, today we’re featuring a post written by one of our scholars, Kareem El, a graduating senior at Howard University from Washington, D.C. My father joined the Marine Corps in 1964 […]

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Memorial Day Reflections

by Lieutenant General Martin R. Steele USMC (Ret.), Board Chairman, Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation This Memorial Day, some of us will pray, many of us will remember, most of us will reflect, but more importantly; all of us will live freely in fulfillment of the fallens’ sacrifice. It is within this commonality we all share […]

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Graduating with Honor (Part II)

This blog post is part of a series saluting our graduating scholars. As we celebrate their impact on America’s future during Military Appreciation Month, today we’re featuring a post written by one of our scholars, Brandon Lee Lunsford, a graduating senior at the Virginia Military Institute from Jacksonville, North Carolina. I come from a military […]

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Graduating with Honor (Part I)

This blog post is part of a series saluting our graduating scholars. As we celebrate their impact on America’s future during Military Appreciation Month, today we’re featuring a post written by one of our scholars, Meagan Noreen Burns, a graduating senior at Old Dominion University from Levittown, New York. The traditions and disciplines that my […]

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Month of the Military Child: In Their Own Words (Part II)

This blog post is part of a larger series for the Month of the Military Child. Today we’re featuring a post written by Benjamin Brooks, a junior at Georgetown University from Houston, Texas. The values my dad learned in the Marines are still apparent in the way he lives his life. We all know courage […]

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