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National Military Intelligence Foundation (NMIF) Merit Scholarship Program

The 2021 NMIF Merit Scholarship Program is now accepting applications from eligible students.  

Applicants for the NMIF Merit Scholarship must be undergraduate juniors, seniors or graduate students at the time of application. For more detailed information on eligibility requirements, please see the NMIF website under the "Scholarships" tab. 

Fill out and return to your application to and by 15 May 2021. 

In addition to providing a scholarship to the winning applicants’ tuition, each award will be accompanied by an invitation to attend the virtual NMIF Night of Heroes event (or traditionally, an in-person event called the NMIF Intelligence Awards Banquet) to be held later this year 2021 (date TBA). 

Additional information regarding the NMIF Merit Scholarship, the 2020 Scholarship Winner biographies, the Virtual 2020 NMIF Night of Heroes Event recording, and the NMIF Awards Banquet can all be found on the NMIF website under the "Scholarships" or "Events" tabs.

About the NMIF 

The NMIF was organized to advance public awareness of the roles and contributions intelligence professionals make to society, military intelligence organizations, disciplines, and enhancements in analytical methods, and techniques. They set out to mentor current students and young professionals pursuing careers in such fields through various educational engagements such as informational workshops, webinars, and university visits regarding the intelligence career path, scholarships, career fairs, professionalism, and more. Building on a long history of success as the National Military Intelligence Association, which was established in 1974, NMIF came to corporate life as an IRS Code 501(c)(3) public charity on August 7, 2007.

Nationally Competitive Scholarships

Learn how the Nationally Competitive Scholarships Office helps outstanding students with applications for nationally competitive scholarships – elite opportunities open to all students nationwide.

These extremely competitive scholarships are considered some of the most prestigious, merit-based awards in the country.

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