Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund
$500 to $2,500 annually, non-renewable. Awards of more than $750 are paid in two installments, half in September/October and the other half in December. All award checks are made out to both the student and the school and must be deposited into the student's school account.
Approximately 400 awards offered annually. In prior years, there were 352 scholarships awarded.
The FEEA Scholarship Program is for current civilian federal employees and their dependent family members (spouse/child). Adult children and other relatives are eligible if claimed on the sponsoring employee's tax return. Active duty military members and their dependents are eligible only through a sponsoring civilian employee spouse. Military retirees and dependents are eligible if the retiree (or retiree's spouse) is a current civilian federal employee. All applicants will be notified of their final status by Oct. 31, 2018. Six students will be selected to win an additional $5,000 in scholarships through the FEEA-NTEU (National Treasury Employees Union) scholarship fund. All applicants eligible for FEEA's annual contest are also eligible to win a FEEA-NTEU Scholarship. The student should visit www.feea.org/programs/scholarships/feea-nteu for more information. Additional scholarships are available through the Doc Cooke Memorial Scholarship and various partner organizations. These scholarships are available to eligible students who submit the FEEA scholarship application. Additional information is available on the FEEA website.
Applications are available online from the Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund (FEEA) website. In addition to the completed application, each student must submit the following documents: a ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.