(Due March 1)Three deserving graduates of any accredited Wisconsin high school will be awarded the sum of $1000 to be applied to the cost of continuing education at any degree granting college or university within the United States of America.
Many children of active-duty, National Guard or Reserve members are now members of single-parent families, an unfortunate consequences of Operation Iraqi Freedom and America's war on terror. In many cases, this also means their chances to attend college are greatly diminished. Children of military personnel killed on active duty are entitled to receive money toward a college education.
Any team manager or head coach of an American Legion (post-affiliated) team may nominate a graduating senior who plays on a Wisconsin American Legion team. Deadline: July 15 of each year.
This program provides students with the opportunity to receive recognition and scholarship awards by testing their knowledge of current events, Wisconsin and United State Government and History, and display of the United States Flag.
(Due March 1) The winner is eligible to receive a $10,000 scholarship to be awarded over a four-year period.
Assist registered nurses with advanced preparation for positions in supervision, administration, or teaching.
Deadline is October 1st each year. In 1992, past National Commander Kreul made a donation of $10,000 from his National Commander Campaign Fund. An annual $500 scholarship was immediately set up by a committee from Badger Boys State, Inc.
Participants in the Oratorical Scholarship Program develop a deeper knowledge and appreciation of the Constitution of the United States and have a chance to win up to a $5000 scholarship.
Deadline Prior to the 1st day of the 2020 session
Samsung, a worldwide leader in electronics, endowed a scholarship fund of five million dollars to be administered by The American Legion. The endowment was made to show appreciation to U.S. veterans who came to the aid of Korea during its struggle against communist forces during the Korean War.