Grab the opportunity to apply for this excellent First Self-sponsor Scholarship awarded in the honor of K9 Sgt. Sean M. Gannon for a recruit to attend the Cape Cod Municipal Police Academy. Fellows who are resident of Commonwealths of Massachusetts and have earned 60 college credits or honorable military discharge; bachelor’s degree or advanced degree in criminal justice or emergency management are eligible to apply. Candidates should demonstrate community involvement and commitment to professional development.
The program has been designed to honor the K9 Sgt Sean M. Gannon and complete the dreams of many candidates who want to attend the Cape Cod Municipal Police Academy. The program will provide needed financial support to the students who are keen toward their dreams. This scholarship does not guarantee employment at any police department but gives a wing and motivation to the fellows who are committed towards community involvement.
Born August 22, 1985, in New Bedford, Sean McNamee Gannon graduated from All Saints Elementary School in 1999 and Bishop Stang High School in 2003. As a child, Sean had endless energy. He loved the play and used his creativity to turn everything into a game. He was always the protector of his younger siblings, Tim and Martha. Sean graduated with honors from Westfield State University in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and a Minor in Psychology. He painted and drew freelance, later designing the logo for his class at the Police Academy. His internships included Nantucket Police, Westfield Police, and he earned certifications as an EMT and Life Saving Instructor.
Do you find this opportunity interesting? Here is the table to get information about this scholarship:
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Application Deadline||October 15, 2020|
|Requirement||Application, resume and letter of reference|
Who May Be Eligible?
Applicants are requested to go through the requirements keenly before applying:
- Applicant must be a resident of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; applicants from Southeastern MA preferred.
- The fellow should have earned 60 college credits or honorable military discharge; Bachelor’s degree or advanced degree in Criminal Justice or Emergency Management preferred.
- Candidates should Demonstrate community involvement and a commitment to professional development.
- Individuals should be able to meet all of CCMPA’s entrance requirements:
Be at least 21 years of age.
Possess a valid Massachusetts driver’s license.
Have no felony convictions.
Pass a medical exam based on HRD requirements.
Exceed the qualifications of the Physical Abilities Test.
Pass a background investigation.
How to Apply
Eligible candidates are welcome to apply for the scholarship. Fellows should submit the required documents in pdf format through email to email@example.com. after the selection, the candidates will be interviewed via Zoom by the scholarship committee. All the applications should be submitted before the deadline. Late or incomplete applications will not be entertained.
Candidates should provide the following documents:
- Resume should be sent.
- A letter of intent describing how the applicant has served and will serve, as an exemplary role model that would distinguish him/her from other applicants. Also, indicate which qualities possessed by the applicant align with Sean’s qualities, and how the applicant would pay it forward if awarded the scholarship should be provided.
- Two (2) professional letters of reference is required.
Candidates will receive enough of funds to complete their Cape Cod Municipal Police Academy class. This scholarship does not guarantee any job in the police department. Candidates are appreciated and encouraged to follow their dreams with the help of some funds. This scholarship support candidates with funds and motivates them to achieve all their goals.
Applications should be submitted before or on October 15, 2020.