SVA & Raytheon Scholarship for Navy Veterans

SVA & Raytheon Scholarship for Navy Veterans

Are you a Navy veteran and college student looking for scholarships?

The Student Veterans of America (SVA) and Raytheon have partnered to bring two (2) scholarships to Navy veteran personnel. Their goal is to set you up for career success after your time in the service.

The Raytheon Scholarship

The Raytheon Missiles & Defense SPY-6 Scholarships will be awarded to sailors working towards an undergraduate or graduate degree and “who demonstrate leadership in their local community.

There are two $10,000 scholarships up for grabs, and the application window closes on April 1, 2022. Are you eligible?

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Scholarship Eligibility

As a student veteran, you must meet the following criteria to apply for Raytheon’s scholarship:

  • Navy or Navy Reserve Veteran
  • Current full-time student at an accredited college or university
  • Entering the Sophomore, Junior, or Senior year of your bachelor’s degree, OR enrolled in a graduate program for the 2021-2022 school year
  • Honorable discharge
  • Make a video (2 minutes or less) explaining the following:
    • Why you’re passionate about your field of study
    • How you’ve led and engaged with your community

Ensure that you follow the Raytheon Scholarship Video Instructions before submitting it.

Application Deadline

Remember, the deadline for this awesome scholarship is April 1, 2022, by 11:59pm Eastern time. So do not delay in getting your application in.

Apply Now by logging into the Student Veterans of America Portal. If you’re not registered, you can always create an account at the time you begin applying.  For more info, please go here.

 

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About the author

Robert Haynes is a retired Army infantryman who has a squad of kids and is married to an active duty Soldier. He is a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, who spent his last few years in the Army as a Drill Sergeant. He is now a full-time dad, freelance writer, and out-of-work comedian.

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