Lint Center Awards Scholarship to Georgetown University Student Focused on International Politics & International Security

Lint Center for National Security Studies Announces 2010 Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship

The Lint Center for National Security Studies, a non-profit charity based in Aberdeen, Md., awarded the 2010 Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship to [Name Not Disclosed]. The scholarship aims to identify, support and mentor an emerging leader focused on Alliance Building, Counterintelligence and National Security studies.

The Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship provides $500 to cover educational expenses, a mentor from the Lint Center and a one year subscription to STRATFOR’s global team of intelligence professionals which provides an audience of decision-makers and sophisticated news consumers in the U.S. and around the world with unique insights into political, economic, and military developments.

“This is a great honor for me and I am extremely grateful to be awarded a scholarship from the Lint Center for National Security Studies,” said [Name Not Disclosed], an undergraduate student at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. “This scholarship will enable me to pursue extracurricular activities like the School of Foreign Service Academic Council and it will allow me to focus on my current internship with the Homeland Security Advisory Council. I look forward to working with the Lint Center and to receiving a mentor who can serve as a strategic sounding board for me as I continue my undergraduate studies at Georgetown.”

“[Name Not Disclosed] had an outstanding application and the Center feels strongly that she has the potential to be a leading voice in American international affairs in the future,” said James Lint, Chairman and CEO of the Lint Center for National Security Studies. “The Center is pleased to be supporting [Name Not Disclosed] and we are delighted to provide her with one of our best mentors so she can benefit from the knowledge and expertise as [Name Not Disclosed] continues to define her future career path. We congratulate her for being the 2010 Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship recipient and are eager to support [Name Not Disclosed] moving forward.”

[Name Not Disclosed] winning essay critiquing America’s current global military strategy provides an alternative approach by augmenting existing efforts by shifting priorities to better fit current operational realities.

About the Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship:

The Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship aims to identify, support, and mentor an emerging leader focused on Alliance Building, Counterintelligence and National Security studies. The scholarship award fund provides $500 to the winner to assist with tuition and other educational costs, a mentor from the Lint Center as well as a one year subscription to STRATFOR.

About the Lint Center:

The Lint Center for National Security Studies, Inc., founded in 2007, is a non-profit IRS 501(c)3 organization created to award merit-based scholarships for counterintelligence and national security workers nationwide, their children, and scholars, and to advance the study of national security, cross-cultural studies, and global understanding. Scholarships are awarded semi-annually, in January and July. The Center is veteran and minority-operated and managed.