The American Legion Auxiliary is committed to educating and investing in our children. The ALA believes by empowering our youth with more knowledge, we will help them become better citizens. ALA scholarships can provide and create opportunities for our youth. These scholarships help benefit veterans, the children of our veterans, and the members of the organizations within the American Legion Family. Click on the links below if you are interested in applying. When reading the information, be sure to check the scholarship links for eligibility requirements, deadlines, and application forms.
The American Legion also offers various scholarships and an education center to help assist our young people in their pursuit of higher education. To Learn More about scholarships and apply
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The American Legion Scholarships
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ALA National Scholarship
The American Legion Auxiliary beliefs are that educating our youth is vital to becoming an upstanding citizen and teaching our children democracy. The ALA understand that it is worth our time and money to invest in our youth. By empowering our youth with more education, we are actually working to invest in America’s future. The ALA Education Program works to involve, help, and impact children in our local communities. Our man focus is working with the children of military and veterans.
We understand that veterans sacrifice time away from families and sometimes lay down their life for our freedoms. The ALA works to help take off some of the burden by showing our gratitude to help our veterans' children's education. The Auxiliary supports a number of scholarship programs to help. The Children of Warriors National Presidents’ Scholarship, the Non-Traditional Student Scholarship, and the Spirit of Youth Scholarship are a few that ALA National awards. The ALA Department of Indiana also offers four statewide scholarships. ALA members work hard to encourage and bring awareness to our scholarships for our young people.