Building Futures Across the NationThe Building Futures Across the Nation Scholarship was established to address the Credit Union’s desire to encourage continuing education while reaching out to the Justice, and Law Enforcement communities.
Justice Federal Credit Union approves a fund distributed amongst applicants selected by a Scholarship Committee. 50% of the total funds awarded will go to individuals pursuing a degree in the Field of Justice. Justice Federal Credit Union and Justice Federal Credit Union Foundation, Inc. officials, employees and their families are not eligible to compete. Applicant is only eligible if pursuing a degree beyond primary education/high school diploma.
Justice Federal Credit Union FoundationThe Justice Federal Credit Union Foundation was founded with a mission to offer programs and engage in charitable activities that promote education, recognize professional excellence and caring for others, reduce hardship, and improve the lives of Justice Federal Credit Union Members; and members and their families within affiliated law enforcement and criminal justice organizations, nonprofit associations; and the greater justice and law enforcement community.
The Foundation is pleased to award the following scholarships:
Enrique S. “Kiki” Camarena Scholarship
Enrique S. “Kiki” Camarena selflessly served as an undercover Drug Enforcement Administration Agent who was abducted and killed while on assignment in Mexico. Each year, Mr. Camarena’s memory and sacrifice are honored during DEA’s Red Ribbon Week, the nation’s largest drug prevention awareness program. This scholarship was established to honor the late Enrique S. “Kiki” Camarena (July 26, 1947 - February 9, 1985).
John Patrick O’Neill Scholarship
John Patrick O’Neill served as Special Agent in Charge at the Federal Bureau of Investigation until his retirement in 2001, when he became Head of Security at the World Trade Center. Tragically, he was killed in the September 11th terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City while selflessly coordinating evacuation efforts. This scholarship was established in honor of the late John Patrick O’Neill (February 6, 1952 - September 11, 2001).
Building Futures Across the Nation Scholarship and the Justice Federal Credit Union Foundation Scholarship winner(s) will be selected by the Scholarship Committee and notified in late May 2019 by phone and/or email.
HOW TO COMPETE
To compete in the Building Futures Across the Nation Scholarship Competition —
Download your Scholarship Application here or visit you nearest branch.
Provide your Justice Federal Member Number as required.
Thoroughly complete the Scholarship Application, supply all requested information.
Attach all documents requested. (See Scholarship Competition Checklist on application)
Sign the Student Acknowledgement.
Complete and sign the Financial Information page.
Mail your Scholarship Application postmarked no later than April 5, 2019, or visit your nearest branch and submit your application in person by close of business, April 5, 2019.DOWNLOAD APPLICATION
Scholarship Applicant must retain Credit Union membership as a primary account holder. To establish
Membership or open an account as a Primary account holder see details below.
Scholarship Applicant’s Account must be in Good Standing with the Credit Union. Applicants will be disqualified if they are delinquent on loan payments, have a negative balance, have a dormant account, or have caused the Credit Union a loss.
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In Person: Visit your nearest branch, by close of business
Friday, April 5, 2019.
By Mail: Applications must be postmarked by
Friday, April 5, 2019.
Justice Federal Credit Union
Attn: Scholarship Committee
5175 Parkstone Drive, Suite 200
Chantilly, Virginia 20151
Questions? Call 800.550.5328 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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