Student Veterans of America and Raytheon have partnered to provide two (2) $10,000 scholarships to student veterans demonstrating a commitment to and passion for their chosen field of study, as well as demonstrated leadership and engagement within their community. The Raytheon Patriot Scholarship is offered exclusively to U.S. Army veterans, and is named after Raytheon's Patriot Air and Missile Defense System.
The 2019 Raytheon Patriot Scholarship application will remain open until April 26th, 2019 at 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time. Student veterans must complete an online application, answer three essay questions, attach the required documents, and have one letter of reference be submitted prior to the deadline to be considered.
All successful candidates must:
Please provide answers to the following three essay questions in one document using a maximum of 300-500 words per essay. Your document must be submitted as a PDF, and include your name and clearly specify each answer by number.
Letter of Reference
You must arrange for one letter of reference to be submitted via the link provided below. All letters must be sent by the author, signed by the author, and be on official letterhead. Letters can also be mailed to:
Student Veterans of America c/o Raytheon-SVA Scholarship Committee
1012 14th Street NW, Suite 1200,
Washington D.C. 20005
Congratulate the 2018 Raytheon Patriot Scholars!
Alexandra Davis, Argosy University
Matthew Dillon, Duke University
Past Raytheon Patriot Scholars Include:
Charles is currently pursuing a joint Juris Doctor and Masters of International Affairs degrees at Pennsylvania State University. He plans to graduate in May 2020 and hopes to pursue a career in international affairs or national security.
Jennifer is a student at the University of Arkansas Fort Smith pursuing a degree in Middle Childhood Education. She is president of the Student Veterans chapter at the University.
2016 Raytheon Patriot Scholars:
April Krowel recently graduated from Ball State University with a Ph.D. in counseling psychology. She is now pursuing a two-year postdoctoral fellowship and eventually plans to return to the service as a military psychologist in the Army National Guard.
Audrey received her MBA from Columbia University in May 2017 and travels all around the country working as a consultant for a leading professional services firm.
2015 Raytheon Patriot Scholars:
Henry is currently deployed in support of Operation Freedom's Sentinel in Afghanistan as an IT Manager in the US Army. He received his degree from Fayetteville State University and commissioned from the Reserves Officers Training Course.
America Luna is a new mom to an eight month old daughter and director of the Military Connection Center at Old Dominion University, where she received her Master’s in Higher Education.