American Fire Sprinkler Association Scholarship Program (AFSA):
$1,000-$2000 scholarships for trade school students
A.L. Brown Scholarship Fund:
Sponsored by the New England Chapter of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers. The goal of this Scholarship is to encourage students to consider a career in engineering related to Fire Protection. Past awards have ranged from $1,000 to $7,000.
Percy Bugbee Fire Protection Engineering Scholarship: http://www.wpi.edu/academics/fpe/scholarships.html
This $5,000 scholarship is awarded to a fire protection engineering student who has demonstrated excellence in academic achievement and intent to perform a thesis or graduate project activity aimed at improving fire protection engineering methods.
The Electronic Security Association (ESA):
Youth Scholarship Program awards $10,000 in scholarships to two children of active duty police officers and firefighters.
Frank J. Fee Scholarship (U. of Maryland):
A $5,000 scholarship awarded to students enrolled in fire protection engineering based on the student's academic record, fire protection interest, and academic potential.
Grand Canyon University HERO Scholarship:
International Association of Fire Chiefs Foundation:
Provides numerous memorial grants and scholarships for emergency personnel and trainees in a wide spectrum of categories.
John L. Jablonsky Scholarship:
There will be a minimum of one scholarship per year of at least $5,000 (USD). Monies will be awarded to one or more graduate students enrolled in fire protection engineering programs in either the United States or Canada.
Brian Jenneman Memorial Scholarship:
$1500 awarded to applicants who are 18 years of age or older and have been accepted into a U.S. based, certified paramedic training program. They must be U.S. residents. To receive an application form by mail, or for more details, contact Gail Sanders at (502) 585-4649
Gerald L. Maatman Scholarship:
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA. For more information, contact: Fire Protection Engineering Higgins Laboratories at: email@example.com
George D. Miller Scholarship:
Minimum of one scholarship awarded per year of at least $5,000 (USD). Monies will be awarded to students enrolled in a fire service or public administration program in either the US or Canada.
National Fire Protection Association:
NFPA makes funding available:
For the fire service Advancing and supporting methods of fire protection and prevention. For public educators Taking the lead in making communities and workplaces safer. For students Scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students. For outstanding achievement, committee members & volunteers Exceptional contributions to the cause of fire and life safety.
National Fallen Firefighters Foundation Sarbanes Scholarship:
Provides educational funding for families of fallen firefighters honored at the National Fallen Firefighters memorial.
Public Safety Officer Educational Assistance:
https://www.bja.gov (888) 744-6513 or (202) 514-0413.
For children of those who died in the line of duty (listed on the PSOB).
Silent Key Scholarship Foundation:
http://www.apco911.org/training-and-certification/scholarships/silent-key-and-cac.html Scholarship recipients must be current APCO Members and maintain APCO membership throughout the scholarship period. Up to $500 of the award may be applied to travel or living expenses to attend an APCO International educational event.
Yvorra Leadership Foundation:
Scholarship assistance for leadership development in the emergency services field.