BUCK BRAGUNIER, PAT KELLY, AND JIM LOISELLE LEADERSHIP AND COMMUNITY SERVICE SCHOLARSHIPS

These scholarships are named in honor of three of our truly great San Diego Chapter AFCEANS. Selected students must have strong academics, a record of leadership, extracurricular activities, and volunteer service activities both in their school and in their community. The three $2,000 scholarships are each awarded to one competitively selected graduating high school student who will attend an accredited four-year college or university in the United States. Candidates must be residents of San Diego County, have a minimum grade point average of 3.8, and be majoring in science, technology, math, or engineering curriculums.

Completed application packets must be received online via email sent to Gloria McKearney, Scholarship Chair, at afceasd.scholarships@aol.com by June 6, 2022.  Applications received after that date will not be considered. Applicants are responsible for the completeness and timeliness of their submissions. Selections and notifications will be made by July 15, 2022.  Checks will be distributed by August 15, 2022.

2020-21 Buck Bragunier Leadership Award 

The San Diego County Buck Bragunier Leadership Scholarship was established to honor Buck’s memory and unique contributions to the San Diego Chapter of AFCEA. Buck devoted over 20 years to AFCEA and the San Diego military community.

The winner of the Buck Bragunier 2020-21 Leadership Scholarship is Jemaima Ceralde from Sweetwater High School.  Jemaima will major in computer science at UC Riverside.

2020-21 Pat Kelly Impact Service Award

The Pat Kelly Impact Service Scholarship is a one-time scholarship of $2,000 awarded to a graduating high school student who has had the greatest impact in the community through volunteer work.

The winner of the Pat Kelly Impact Service Scholarship is Natalie Sanchez from Bonita Vista High School.  Natalie will major in Environmental Science at UC Berkeley.

2020-21 Jim Loiselle Impact Service Award

The Jim Loiselle Impact Service Scholarship is a one-time scholarship of $2,000 awarded to a graduating high school student who has had the greatest impact in the school and community through volunteer work.

The winner of the Jim Loiselle Impact Service Scholarship is Sofia Manriquez from Otay Ranch High School.   Sofia will major in Engineering at Yale University

Questions?  Contact: Gloria McKearney, Scholarship Chair, at afceasd.scholarships@aol.com

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Common AFCEA Scholarship Application 2021-2022 available HERE.

 

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