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One of the primary missions of the Alamo Chapter of AFCEA is to promote education in technical fields of study through the use of scholarships and grants. Our purpose is to help alleviate the shortage of people with technical degrees in this country. Every year, the Alamo Chapter allocates a significant portion of our budget to fund these educational programs:
  • University of Texas at San Antonio CIAS Program
  • Our Lady of the Lake University
  • St. Mary's University
  • Texas A&M University at San Antonio
  • Texas Civil Air Patrol National Defense Training Academy
  • AFCEA Education Foundation STEM Teacher Scholarship
  • UTSA Generating Educational Excellence in Math & Science (GE2MS) Program
  • National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition
  • Military Education Grants
  • Leader in Me Program
  • San Antonio BEST Competition
  • Science Teaching Tools Grants

Click here to learn more about Alamo AFCEA Scholarships and to apply!

Please refer any questions about our programs to vpscholarships@alamoafcea.org.

 

 

 

 

 



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Words of Appreciation from AFCEA Scholarship Recipients

"Thank you very much for selecting me to receive the Alamo AFCEA scholarship. I am very grateful. It is always motivating to me when a third party shows hope in my education like you did. Thank you so much for what you do."

Andrew Weinrich, B.S. Geophysics

 

"Thank you so much! This generous award will truly make a difference in the obtainment of my degree and my future. Knowing that I have support for continuing my education in the computer engineering field pushes me to work harder."

Gabrielle Cho, B.S. Computer Engineering 

”I am very fortunate to have been chosen as a recipient of the Alamo AFCEA scholarship. Following graduation I plan to move to the front of the classroom and work as an educator in the public school system. Thank you for the financial support you have provided to me and the UTSA community.”

Benjamin Covington, Senior, Multidisciplinary Science major.

 

Networking and job opportunities are crucial at this stage in a students life. The connections you and AFCEA have provided to myself and all the other recipients of the scholarship will prove invaluable in our coming job/internship searches. I am very grateful for all the work you have put in to assuring that not only can we fund our education, but that we also have great options once we are out of school. 
 

Once again, thank you,

Luke Weatherby