With everything around us skyrocketing, no wonder a lot of students give up their pursuits for college degree, or even associate degree. Despite the discontent of attaining only secondary level, others have resigned to the reality that some dreams will remain dreams.
Being in the military, offers a lot of opportunities especially financial-wise. Despite the doom lurking ahead, young men and women have chosen to serve their country to ensure a peaceful future of the next generation to come. Others paid the cost of national security with their lives, while others lived to tell the lessons they learned after they finish mission after mission.
Bravery seems to be innate to some, long imbedded in their blood, and destined to come out and inspire others.
Lint Center being a non-profit organization that offers a wide variety of scholarships to students undertaking post graduate degrees on international relations, counterintelligence, national security, and cross-cultural alliances. Depending on the specific pursuit of the student, the center would cover a specified cost whichever scholarship grant a student qualifies. The lives of the namesakes of their scholarship grants are inspirational to those in pursuit of graduate degrees after their careers in international relations or national security.
The life of Ret. Lt. Gen. Patrick M. Hughes of the US Army has been inspirational that the Lint Center for National Security Studies, Inc. have decided to offer a $500 scholarship grant to deserving students.
As a well-decorated serviceman, his life has been inspirational that he was able to publish books regarding his ordeals and even success. In return, his life being packed with inspiration and contributions to the Defense Intelligence Agency of the United States army, the scholarship support of $500 is given by the Lint Center as an inspiration scholarship.
With the promise of financial stability to the families of the soldiers, this token of support while they are still on their way to their goal is already a huge help to those who rely in their leap of faith.
Like most Lint Center scholarship, the usual 600-800 worded essay is required from the aspiring applicant that would describe one of the goals or concept of the Center. Expecting numerous applications from in and out of the country, the center aims to choose the most outstanding and deserving applicant. Nevertheless, there are more than a handful of financial supports to choose from. Additional requirements for an applicant to be shortlisted in the scholarship grants can be found in their website. Please visit https://www.lintcenter.org/scholarships/ for more elaborate instructions.