Lint Center Awards Ms Aehee Kim Alliance Building Scholarship

Lint Center for National Security Studies Recognizes Scholarship Winners

The Lint Center for National Security Studies, a non-profit organization created to further the educational development and opportunities for the next generation of America’s Counterintelligence and National Security Workers, today announced the Ms. Aehee Kim Alliance Scholarship Award Winners. The scholarship fund aims to promote and advance cross-cultural understanding and global insight into national security and counterintelligence issues.

There was one award given to Timothy W. Coleman (Winner), with two runners-up. Both runners-up were located overseas with the first Name Not Disclosed, and the second runner up named Charles DeBarber. Both runners-up will be eligible for additional scholarships that will be awarded later in the year.

“I am honored to receive this award and recognition,” said Timothy W. Coleman, winner of the Ms. Aehee Kim Alliance Building Scholarship. “This scholarship will assist in my educational pursuits to better understand the national security issues facing America today and the emerging geostrategic threats shaping tomorrow.”

“We had many good applications, essays and thoughtful submissions by outstanding scholars,” said Jim Lint, founder and chairman of the Lint Center for National Security Studies. “Tim had a great essay in addition to outstanding history and great potential to be a key player in America’s future national security endeavors.” Lint continued, “We received numerous submissions from veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, as well as active duty personnel. This round of competition clearly demonstrates the need for more scholarship awards and the Lint Center will continue to build its financial base to help recognize great people with great potential to improve America’s National Security.”

About the Alliance Building Scholarship:

Scholarship applicants were required to submit essay’s addressing an issue of Alliance Building, Counterintelligence, National Defense, and/or National Security. Applicants were encouraged to clearly articulate original thoughts, ideas, and experiences as it pertains to the topic. Ground-breaking pioneering ideas, solutions, and recommendations were strongly desired. Essays were judged on scholarly rigor, creativity, and innovation. Authors were urged to be interdisciplinary in their thinking, assessments, and essay formulation.

About the Lint Center:
The Lint Center for National Security Studies, Inc., founded in 2007, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization created to award merit-based scholarships for Counterintelligence and National Security Workers, their children and scholars, and to advance the study of National Security, cross-cultural studies, and global understanding.

The Center aims to:

  1. Identify promising individuals and assist in educational pursuits through scholarship initiatives
  2. Provide talented individuals with a meaningful leadership development mentoring program by current-and-former Counterintelligence and National Security Workers
  3. Create a forum for the dissemination and discussion of National Security Studies through the Center’s online Web-portal

All donations and contributions to the Lint Center are allocated solely to the Center’s scholarship funds. All actions and activities by the Lint Center are conducted by unpaid staff and volunteers. The Center is Veteran and minority operated and managed.

Lint Center Unveils Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship ($500)

Lint Center Unveils Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship ($500)

Recognizing Extraordinary Students in Alliance Building, Counterintelligence, and National Security Studies

The Lint Center for National Security Studies, Inc, a non-profit charity, focused on supporting the educational pursuits of the next generation of America’s Counterintelligence and National Security Workers, today unveiled the Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship which 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 fund provides $500 to recipients pursuing scholastic study in fields related to Alliance Building, Counterintelligence, and National Security studies.

“The Lint Center is extremely pleased to be offering the Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial scholarship award for the third consecutive year,” said Jim Lint, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Lint Center for National Security Studies, Inc. “This scholarship has become one of the Center’s most sought after awards and we are extremely optimistic the level of interest as well as applicant submission caliber will be more impressive in 2010 than it was in years past.”

About the Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship:

The Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship fund provides $500 to recipients pursuing scholastic study in fields related to Alliance Building, Counterintelligence, and National Security studies. This scholarship is competed each year in July.

The deadline for scholarship applications is July 31.

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, their children and scholars, and to advance the study of National Security, cross-cultural studies, and global understanding. The Center, an IRS approved charity, is Veteran and minority operated and managed. For more information and to view details regarding semi-annual scholarship opportunities, please visit www.LintCenter.org.

 

Scholarships Advertised

Lint Center receives confirmation of scholarships published on multiple websites and databases.

Three different national scholarship database organizations have advertised both the Jim & Anna Hyonjoo Lint Scholarship and the Virginia & Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarships.  The Lint Center appreciates these organizations and their desire to assist students and the education community. 

  • FastWeb.com
  • FastWeb
  • Military.com

Lint Center Granted IRS 501(c)(3) Tax Exempt Status

Lint Center receives IRS 501(c)(3) Status 19 June 2007

On this day US Internal Revenue Service has approved 501 (c) (3) Tax Exempt Status for the Lint Center for National Security Studies, Inc. This allows all donations or contributions to be deductible under IRS section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code. Lint Center is qualified to receive tax deductible bequest, devises, transfers or gifts under sections 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code. The Lint Center is now treated as a public charity under the US Tax Code. The effective data was the date of incorporation 19 June 2007 and the Advance Ruling Date ends 31 December 2011. (At which time, further application to IRS must be sent.)

UPDATE 13 September 2007: State of Maryland approves charity designation.

LC MD Charity