The Spring 2021 Scholarship has come to a close and a winner has been announced.
Congratulations to Elijah Warren, the first ever recipient of the Red, White, & Blue Military & Law Enforcement Scholarship. Stay tuned for updates on a 2nd round of scholarships to be announced later in 2021.
The DiGiorgio “Red, White & Blue Military and Law Enforcement Scholarship” is exclusively available to students with a parent/guardian in the United States military or law enforcement.
Philanthropists at heart and firm believers in the empowerment of education, along with being the son of a United States Army Veteran, Val DiGiorgio, and his wife, Carolina, are currently offering an academic scholarship to the children of US military and law enforcement members. This scholarship is available to all students living and studying in the United States.
Val DiGiorgio and Carolina are grateful to the heroic men and women who courageously keep our Nation safe as members of the Armed Forces and local law enforcement. They hope that this scholarship can be embraced as a way to show appreciation to the brave men and women who have dedicated their lives to serving.
Criteria & Qualifying Requirements
In order to apply for the “DiGiorgio Red, White & Blue Military and Law Enforcement Scholarship,” students must:
- Have a parent or guardian who is a member of the military or law enforcement (active, non-active, retired/veteran status, deceased)
- Maintain a GPA of 3.0 or better
- Currently live and study in any State in the U.S.A., Washington D. C. or Puerto Rico
- Intend on pursuing their training/education by enrolling/attending a community college, university/college, trade school, law enforcement academy or enlisting in the US military/armed forces.
While service binds them, Val DiGiorgio understands that not every military and law enforcement household is the same. Enthusiastically embracing those who protect us, both at home and abroad, DiGiorgio’s scholarship is also open to students whose parents/guardians are retired military or law enforcement.
In honor of our fallen heroes, the children of those who have lost their lives in service are encouraged to apply.