Getting a bachelor degree that can be used to serve the nation is one way of showing one’s patriotism as you offer your life through consistently serving the nation. Getting a college education and getting into intelligence or national security degree programs will surely get you a chance in serving your country in the ways that you have always wanted to. However, college can be expensive due to its tuition fees, books, academic requirements, and lodging needs. One option to consider is applying for scholarships which could financially aid college expenses so you can focus more on your studies and less on how to make ends meet.
If you are an intelligence personnel or worker in the United States with a bachelor degree, then the International Association for Intelligence Education (AIFE) scholarship through the Lint Center for National Security Inc. may just help you to progress in your career. These two organizations partnered up in order to help and aid professionals or students in need to encourage them in pursuing college education in their passion of serving the country in the field of intelligence and national security.
The Lint Center for National Security is a non-profit organization established in 2007 that aims to help and aid national security and intelligence workers and personnel and their children in the United States through biannually offering scholarships. This is to encourage students to follow the degree programs of national security, counterintelligence, cross-cultural studies, and global understanding. Meanwhile, the AIFE is one of the leading intelligence organizations in the country. It was established in June 2004 and since then aimed to progress and innovate the fields of intelligence studies.
The scholarship includes a financial aid of $1,500 and a mentoring service in the intelligence field. All you need to do is fill out the online scholarship form and ready different documents such as: resume, proof of acceptance or enrollment in a college or university, copies of any special academic reward, two faculty recommendations, National Security essay, Personal Essay, and Lint Center Virtual Archive for National Security contribution essay.
To know more about the scholarship, you can visit the Lint Center for National Security Inc. or follow this link, https://www.lintcenter.org/scholarships/#iaies. Deadline for the filing of scholarship applications is on January 2019, so make sure to prepare your documents!