Center Launches the Jim & Anna Hyonjoo Lint National Security Scholarship to Support America’s Future National Security Scholars
The Lint Center for National Security Studies, a non-profit organization created to further the educational development of the next generation of America’s Counterintelligence and National Security Workers, today announced the Jim & Anna Hyonjoo Lint National Security Scholarship. The new initiative is the largest scholarship offered by the Center to date and aims to support undergraduate and post-graduate educational pursuits of scholars interested in Counterintelligence, International Affairs, and National Security Studies.
The new scholarship will provide a $1,500 to the winner to assist with tuition and other educational costs. The deadline for scholarship consideration is July 31. Runners-up will automatically be considered for the Virginia & Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship and it will provide recipients with a $500 scholarship. Both will be awarded each summer.
“Through the generosity of Jim and Anna, this new scholarship initiative will strengthen and reaffirm the importance of identifying potential National Security workers who demonstrate a sincere commitment to preserving American security,” said Ms. Kay Lee Nicholas, Executive Board Member, Lint Center for National Security Studies.
“The importance of understanding the role of leadership in National Security Studies cannot be overstated”, observed Timothy W. Coleman, Recipient of the Lint Center’s Ms. Aehee Kim Alliance Building Scholarship (‘08). “This scholarship will support individuals who clearly demonstrate a propensity to serve, a desire to expand their scholarly skills in cross-cultural studies, and who offer creative solutions to today’s great security challenges in the global context in which national security leaders operate.”
“As our world continues to become interconnected, people, National Security Workers, and America’s future leaders need to develop greater cross-cultural understanding to implement policy and effect positive change,” said Anna Hyonjoo Lint. “Jim and I are delighted to create this scholarship to identify, support, and mentor emerging national security leaders interested in pursuing work in the Counterintelligence, International Affairs, and the National Security arena.”
http://disabled-musicians.org/faq.htm About the Jim & Anna Hyonjoo Lint National Security Scholarship:
source site Requirements: Applicants will prepare a 600-800 word essay discussing/analyzing an issue related to the importance of Counterintelligence, International Affairs, and National Defense and/or National Security.
- Specific attention should be applied to incorporating the goals, concepts, and mission of The Lint Center for National Security Studies.
- Essay must be an original work (with citations, if appropriate). Ground-breaking innovative ideas/solutions are preferred.
- The Center encourages applicants to be creative, think out-side-the-traditional box of analysis, and to use interdisciplinary perspectives and assessments in essay formulation. Essays will be judged on scholarly rigor, originality, and innovativeness.
http://yodiamondteam.com/?testworkk=1 Scholarship Benefits: Recipient will receive $1,000 for tuition and books.
- In addition, the Lint Center will publish the essays of selectee’s and the winner will receive a mentorship from a current or retired National Security Professional for one year.
- Through the generosity of Strategic Forecasting, Inc., scholarship recipients will also receive a one year premium subscription to STRATFOR.com, the world’s leading private intelligence service.
Deadline & Format Requirements: All submissions must be in English.
- Format: Applicants are advised that only PDF scanned submission will be considered. Correct format and instructions are found in the application package on the webpage.
- Deadline: All scholarship applications must be received by July 31
- Please visit the following link for additional details: Scholarship Descriptions