Each year, the Offutt Enlisted Spouses Club awards college scholarships to graduating seniors and spouses who are dependents of active duty, retired or deceased military personnel. Recipients can be affiliated with any military rank or branch but must be living in Cass, Sarpy or Douglas counties in Nebraska or Mills and Pottawattamie counties in Iowa.
The 2021 scholarship deadline is March 12, 2021.
This program is not limited to those involved with the OESC.
The OESC Scholarship Committee Selection Panel will determine the award recipient based on current scholastic achievement and an essay explaining why the applicant is pursuing further education and how he/she believes further education will be of personal benefit in the future.
The Scholarship Chair Molly Phillips will chair the Scholarship Selection Panel as a non-voting member. The panel may include but is not limited to: community, school, business and enlisted representatives.
The OESC began the scholarship program in 1972.
In 2020, $6,000 was awarded.
Questions should be directed to Scholarship Chair Molly Phillips at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2020 OESC Spouse Scholarship Winners
- Jemery Davila, wife of SSgt. Miguel Davila, attending University of Maryland Global Campus. Pursuing a career in the medical field.
- Gina Crudden, wife of MSgt Patrick Dennis Crudden, attending Nebraska Methodist College. Pursuing her Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree.
2020 OESC High School Scholarship Winners
- Akemi Nurse, daughter of MSgt. Omar Nurse, graduating Papillion-La Vista High School. Planning to study neuroscience at the University of Washington.
- Kamryn Reynolds, daughter of MSgt. Sean M. Reynolds, graduating Bellevue West High School. Pursuing a medical career and goal is to become a doctor.
- Sixto Sotomayor-Santiago, son of MSgt. Paulino Sotomayor, graduating Bellevue East High School. Pursuing a major in music.
- Malachi Tate, son of MSgt. Michael Tate, graduating Bellevue East. Pursuing a major in Computer Science.