Lawrence G. Lawler Memorial Scholarship – Lawrence G. Lawler
was a Special Agent with exceptional leadership ability and character. After his death, the Board of
Trustees established this scholarship in his name. The award is $10,000 a year, for four years of undergraduate
study for one exceptional student.
Award total is $40,000. This scholarship is offered once every four years.
Financial Need Scholarships – Since 1975, annual scholarships
have been awarded to the children and grandchildren of former Special
Agents. Selection is based on
financial need, academic achievement, self-help and community involvement. Awards range from $1,000 to $5,000.
Leadership Scholarships - The Leadership Scholarship program
was established in 2000 to recognize the excellent caliber of applicants who
exemplified leadership attributes.
An increased emphasis is placed on the leadership skills and community
involvement of undergraduate students.
The Foundation's Leadership Scholarships, which range from $1,000 to
$10,000, are awarded to the children and grandchildren of former FBI Special
Agents. Selections are based on the student's leadership,community
involvement and academic achievement. Students must apply for these
scholarships each year they are eligible as an undergraduate student.
L. Russell and Jean Mills Hashman Scholarships – Thanks to a
generous bequest from the estate of former Agent and Society member, L. Russell
Hashman, two $20,000 scholarships are awarded annually to members of the FBI
family, the children and grandchildren of any former Special Agents and
current Special Agents.
Application criteria used to evaluate the recipients will be financial need,
leadership, scholastic achievement/academics, and self-help/employment.
George A. Zeiss Memorial Scholarship Fund – Established in
1987, these scholarships recognize the relationship between the National
Academy graduates and Bureau personnel.
Children of current National Academy Associate members who are actively
engaged in law enforcement are eligible for this scholarship program. Twenty-four
scholarships of $1,000 each are awarded annually.
J. Edgar Hoover Memorial Scholarships – On an annual basis,
colleges or universities are selected by Society members from each of the seven
regions and to one in the city where the Society’s National Convention is
held. The $2,500 awards are
designated for the institution's General Scholarship Fund with an expressed
preference for their law enforcement curriculum, if one is available.
FBI National Academy Associates Charitable
Foundation Youth Leadership College Scholarship – For the first time in 2012,
the FBINAA Charitable Foundation is offering five scholarships of $1,000 each
to selected high school seniors for post-secondary education at an accredited
college or university. One of the
five scholarships is designated for a child, step-child or grandchild of an
active member of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI.