The Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF) is very pleased to announce that it will be awarding mission-driven students pursuing studies related to a career in the U.S. intelligence and national security community the Letitia A. Long Endowed Intelligence Scholarships. The scholarship program has been organized for the academic year 2022-2023.
INSA will award five female students this $5,000 scholarship each towards an undergraduate program in a STEM-focused career in intelligence and national security at any accredited university within the United States. The students must have a current overall GPA of 3.2 or higher to be eligible to win this award.
The Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing contemporary intelligence and national security challenges, facilitating public discourse on the role and value of intelligence for our nation’s security, and advancing the intelligence field as a career choice. INSA provides a nonpartisan forum for collaboration between the public, private, and academic sectors of the intelligence and national security communities.
|Organization||The Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF)|
|Number of Awards||5|
|Contest Deadline||20th May, 2022|
|Requirements||Form and documents|
Who is Eligible?
- The applicants must be female undergraduate students at an accredited American university or institute.
- The applicants must have a current overall GPA of 3.2 or higher.
- The applicants must be U.S. citizens entering their Junior or Senior year at an accredited university within the United States.
- The applicants must be pursuing a STEM-focused career in intelligence and national security.
How to Apply?
The applicants first need to submit their admission applications to the desired bachelor’s degree program at any accredited American university of choice. Then, to apply for the scholarship, students are required to submit an online scholarship application form. Students must provide all necessary supporting documents such as academic transcripts, personal letters, statements of purpose, CV, Etc at the time of application. Students need also to cooperate with their respective universities to provide any more additional documents if required.
The Intelligence and National Security Foundation (INSF) will award five female undergraduate students this award. The award is valued at $5,000 each to support the undergraduate studies undertaken in any STEM-related career option.
All interested female undergraduate students from within the United States of America must submit their scholarship applications by the application deadline, i.e. 20th May 2022. Students must make sure to meet the eligibility for the scholarship prior to applying to avoid rejection of their application.