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Raytheon Company, in partnership with Student Veterans of America, is offering two U.S. Navy student veterans a $10,000 scholarship each under a new program announced during the Surface Navy Association’s 32nd National Symposium.

 

The Raytheon SPY-6 Scholarship, named for the U.S. Navy’s SPY-6 Family of Radars, provides returning sailors an opportunity to achieve educational goals and position themselves for success in civilian professions. The scholarships will be awarded to sailors who pursue an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited university and demonstrate leadership in their local community.

 

“Investment in our student veterans - the future leaders of our industry - provides opportunity to gain unique experience, product knowledge and customer-centric insights that protect our service men and women around the world,” said Paul Ferraro, vice president of Raytheon’s Seapower Capability Systems business. “Our SPY-6 scholarship rewards Navy student veterans who exhibit superior academic achievement and are leaders on campus and in their communities.”

 

The Raytheon SPY-6 Scholarship is the latest initiative as part of Raytheon and SVA’s $5 million multi-year partnership to provide military veterans the resources, support and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education.

 

Applications for the scholarship are accepted from January 15, 2020 – April 1, 2020.

 

 

Eligibility

All successful candidates must:

  • Be a U.S. Navy veteran
  • Be entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year of undergraduate study, or be enrolled in a graduate program for the current academic year
  • Be attending full-time at an accredited four-year college or university in the U.S.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to and passion for their chosen field of study
  • Demonstrate leadership and engagement in their community
  • Be a current student veteran (includes members of the National Guard or Reserve), as demonstrated by a DD 214 and current transcript
  • Have received an honorable discharge; must be a veteran in good standing

 

Essay Questions

1. What do you hope to accomplish with your degree?

2. Did you serve on a Naval ship? If yes, briefly explain your role/experience:

 

Help

Should you have any questions, or experience any problems, please contact us or call us at 202-223-4710. 

 

 

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