The Scholarship Program

College tuition scholarships are awarded to children of U.S. Special Operations Forces members. The sacrifices our Special Operations Forces families make are immeasurable. The Navy SEAL Museum is humbled to have committed partners who come alongside our families and help support the higher education of these kids through our Trident House Charities Scholarship Program.

Scholarships are awarded on an annual basis, based on merit and academic achievement. Grade point average, SAT scores, class ranking, extracurricular activity involvement, leadership positions held, military service record, and employment, as appropriate, determine merit. Multiple scholarships of various dollar amounts are awarded annually through an extensive application process.

Whether a corporate or individual sponsor, you can be assured that every dime you donate will go directly to fund the tuition of a Special Operations Forces child. All contributions are 100% tax deductible.

2019 Scholarship Recipients

The Navy SEAL Museum is honored to offer a Scholarship Program in support of children of the Special Operations community. The Marlee Foundation worked with the Museum to gift more than $95,000 this year to deserving students who are bound for college, trade, and technical school. Congratulations to our 2019 scholarship recipients:

David
Alizabeth
Jessica
Cayte
James
Kailee
Curtis
Cade
Alyssa
Channing
Ryan
Kelau
Madison
Luke
Daniel
Lindsey
Logan
Hayley
Hallie
Madison
Julia
Katelynn
Kaleigh
Grace
Jonathan
Cora
Nicholas
Shealynn
Sydney
Caitlin
Cameron
Gabrielle
Virginia
Elise
Callie

The Museum is grateful for committed patriots like Mr. William Hale of The Marlee Foundation for his dedication to the higher education of children of the Special Operations individuals. Thank you to all who have generously contributed to this effort–an investment in the future of these bright and motivated young people.

2019 Scholarship Recipients

The Navy SEAL Museum is honored to offer a Scholarship Program in support of children of the Special Operations community. The Marlee Foundation worked with the Museum to gift more than $95,000 this year to deserving students who are bound for college, trade, and technical school. Congratulations to our 2019 scholarship recipients:

David
Alizabeth
Jessica
Cayte
James
Kailee
Curtis
Cade
Alyssa
Channing
Ryan
Kelau
Madison
Luke
Daniel
Lindsey
Logan
Hayley
Hallie
Madison
Julia
Katelynn
Kaleigh
Grace
Jonathan
Cora
Nicholas
Shealynn
Sydney
Caitlin
Cameron
Gabrielle
Virginia
Elise
Callie

The Museum is grateful for committed patriots like Mr. William Hale of The Marlee Foundation for his dedication to the higher education of children of the Special Operations individuals. Thank you to all who have generously contributed to this effort–an investment in the future of these bright and motivated young people.

2019 TRADE & TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Trade & Technical School (TTS) Scholarship Program for Children of U.S. Special Forces Members in Cooperation with the Navy Seal Museum Foundation and The Army Unit Scholarship Fund.
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2019 EGHS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Ernest and Gisela Hale Scholarship for the Children of U.S. Special Forces Members in Cooperation with the Navy Seal Museum Foundation and the Army Unit Scholarship Fund.
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Download Application

THE MARLEE FOUNDATION 2019 TSSAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The Tom Sellew ”Shine-a Light” (TSSAL) S.T.E.M. Scholarship for the Children of U.S. Special Forces Members in Cooperation with the Navy Seal Museum Foundation and the Army Unit Scholarship Fund
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Download Application

The Marlee Foundation

Since 2015, The Marlee Foundation has awarded more than $305,00 in scholarships to graduating high school students of Special Operations Forces bound for college and trade or technical school. The Museum is honored to help facilitate the generous outreach of Mr. William Hale, President of The Marlee Foundation. A list of the 2018-2019 scholarship recipients can be found here 2018 Scholarship Awards

Scholarships are awarded for undergraduate tuition. Applications for the 2019/2020 academic year will be available on or before March 31, 2019, with a deadline of return no later than May 10, 2019. Scholarships will be awarded the end of June 2019.

To learn more about The Marlee Foundation, please visit www.marleefoundation.com.