Each year, the Foundation awards a variety of undergraduate scholarships to children and grandchildren of Retired and Associate members who are high school seniors applying for college or current college students. Scholarships are additionally awarded to children of current members of the FBI National Academy Associates through the George A. Zeiss Memorial Scholarship Fund. 

Once again, we had a record number of outstanding applicants and awarded scholarships to 83 deserving students for the 2017-2018 academic year. This is an investment in tomorrow's leaders.

Is Your Student Going into a Skilled Trades Career?
The skilled trades includes jobs such as a carpenter, electrician, hairdresser, dental hygienist, HVAC technician, automotive mechanic, medical assistant and many other jobs that provide good incomes and are more easily obtained after vocational school or special training. We want to help. Our Skilled Trades Scholarship is the Foundation’s alternative to a more traditional college scholarship. The application process is the same as for the college scholarships, but with less rigorous requirements and a lower 2.5 GPA requirement. Encourage your students to apply and help us spread the word about this award! To apply, click on the link below and start your application. Be sure to check that you are applying for a Skilled Trade Scholarship when completing the online application.

2017 Scholarship Applications are Now CLOSED.
Watch for details for the 2018-2019 program in mid-December!

Registration is CLOSED.

On-line scholarship applications for the 2017-2018 school year are now CLOSED. Students must be enrolled for college classes starting Fall of 2017. Each applicant must first register for an account which will then provide access to the online scholarship application process. Society members cannot log into this account with their Society membership login information. Students who have not previously received a scholarship from the Former Agents of the FBI Foundation are invited to apply. Requirements include:
  • A minimum 3.2 GPA for scholarships in the categories of Leadership and Financial Need; a minimum 2.5 GPA is needed for a Skilled Trades scholarship.
  • A two-page, double-spaced essay. The 2017 essay topic is: My aspirations and how I am preparing for them. Your essay will be scored on originality, creativity, vocabulary, organization, and inspiration. It's important to stay on topic and use correct grammar and vocabulary.
  • Gather your references now! You need two personal references. One from an educator who can speak on behalf of your academics within the last 24-months; and one from a community service member or employer you have worked for within the last 24-months.

The application deadline is Tuesday, February 28, 2017.

For questions or further information contact:
Lysa Price, Foundation Administrator, at 703-291-3736 or Email:

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