Though the holidays are barely in the rearview mirror, it’s the right time to start thinking about college scholarships. For those with a high school senior in the family who is planning to attend college, consider having them submit an application for the William A. Dietrich Memorial Scholarship from USBA Services, Inc.* The scholarship provides a $2,000 non-renewable grant that recipients can put toward tuition, room and board, or other college-related expenses.
This scholarship is an important part of USBA heritage. We’ve been awarding it to deserving students for more than 30 years now. Perhaps your student could be next.
Winners of the 2021 scholarship were Olivia Lapthorn of Pipestone, MN, and Delaney Moser of Mokane, MO.
The scholarship honors former USBA Executive Director and President, the late Major General William A. Dietrich, USAF (Ret.). It’s awarded annually to at least one graduating high school senior who is a child or grandchild of a USBA Member. Recipients are selected on the basis of academic achievement, leadership accomplishments and participation in community activities.
Applications must be submitted by March 31
If you know a student who is eligible to apply, please encourage them to download and complete the scholarship application. Be sure to let them know that all applications must be received at USBA no later than March 31, 2022.
While you’re helping your child prepare for college, it’s also a good time to review your life insurance coverage. Because a variety of life events can change your needs for life insurance, we encourage you to read Four Reasons to Re-Evaluate Your Life Insurance so you’ll be prepared. USBA offers a variety of life insurance products to fit your family’s current needs.
*USBA Services, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of USBA.
USBA is a not-for-profit Association that provides group life insurance, health insurance supplements, and other products and services to military personnel, Federal employees, National Guard and Reserve members, Veterans and their families.