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Scholarship offered to Randolph seniors

By | Nov. 9, 2012

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas — The Native American Heritage Month committee encourages high school seniors with a parent or legal guardian working at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph to enter its scholarship essay contest. The essay theme is "Serving Our People, Serving Our Nation: Native Visions for Future Generations." Essay requirements include: 1,000 words, Times New Roman font, 12-pitch font, single spaced.

The essay must answer: How Native Americans have served their people, tribes and the United States; What was the impact of their service; What can be learned from their service; and What the student thinks the future holds for Native Americans' service.

Submit the following contestant information on a single page attached to the essay: Student name; school; school guidance counselor's name and phone number; student's planned college of attendance; student's parent or legal guardian'name(s) and phone number(s); and duty location (unit and office symbol). Email completed essays by 4 p.m. Thursday to edward.blauvelt@us.af.mil or blauvelt@ix.netcom.com.