MARINE CORPS RESERVE ASSOCIATION EDUCATION TRUST
1370 Fox River Drive
De Pere, Wisconsin 54115
EIN: 46-7247920
Telephone: (920) 336-9262
e-mail: LPM.USMC@gmail.com


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DONORS

Founders Club ($1,000+)
Betty Lee Raymer Bequest
Corvette Club-Corpus Christi
Thomas M Howlett
David Leighton
Mark Cancian

Semper Fi Club ($500+)
Anonymous

Gung Ho Club ($250)
Donald P Burnham
Chistopher Crimi
Alfred M Gray
Al Harvey
William E Lednicky
C L Reynolds


2022 Donations to Date
$ 4,275.87



The purpose of the Marine Corps Reserve Association Education Trust is to support educational programs for the benefit of the Marine Corps Junior ROTC students in the form of college scholarships to highly qualified graduating seniors, as well as the posting of educational material in the field of history especially as related to national security through such donations as may be received by this trust, all within the limitations of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.


HELP FUND OUR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

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SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM RESUMES AFTER COVID-19 SHUTDOWN

Last academic year the Marine Corps Reserve Association Education Trust scholarship program was shutdown due to the effects of COVID-19 throughout the nation.

The shutdown of so much of America had a severe detrimental effect on the ability of the Trust to obtain donation for the scholarship program. Last year the Trust did not receive sufficient donations to fund the scholarships ordinarily offered. The recent strides in fighting the virus has made it possible to improve conditions around the country. As a result, the Trust has made significant progress in obtaining donations to fund scholarships for the coming year.

In addition to the inability to obtain donations last year, the Board of Trustees noticed a significant drop in the academic performance of students to include poor grades and poor SAT/ACT scores. It was quite obvious that remote learning through Zoom and other remote techniques simply did not produce the same level of learning obtained by the face-to-face techniques of in-person classroom activities.

In view of the above, the Board of Trustees is announcing a resumption of its scholarship program and invites Marine Corps Junior ROTC students to apply for the scholarships being offered this year. Please see your Marine Military Instructor for details.


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