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Are you a Missouri college student and public safety officer who has been left disabled in the line of duty? Alternatively, are you the child or spouse of a public employee who was left killed or disabled in the line of duty? If so, consider applying for the Public Safety Officer or Employee’s Child Survivor Grant Program. The program is open to college students under 24 years of age in Missouri who either have been left disabled themselves or have a relative who was left disabled or killed in the line of duty.
Missouri’s Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development provides this program to provide support to public employees and their families, especially those who have experienced hardships and challenges. Thus, every year, the Department awards multiple applicants with funding to partially cover their tuition at a Missouri college or university. If you or a family member has been killed or disabled in the line of duty, you may be eligible for this opportunity.
The scholarship is open to the relatives of public safety officers who were left disabled or killed in the line of duty. Applicants who are public safety officers themselves and left disabled in the line of duty may also apply. Lastly, applicants must be full-time undergraduate students at Missouri postsecondary schools and meet the below eligibility requirements.
High School Seniors & College Students
US Citizens, Permanent Residents
Law Enforcement, Fire Science/Firefighting
Applicants must be the relative of a Public Safety Officer, or be a Public Safety Officer themselves
To apply for this scholarship, students must submit an online application and the below application materials.
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