NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (NSF) FEDERAL CYBER SERVICE:
SCHOLARSHIP FOR SERVICE APPLICATION FORM
Idaho State University
This document contains the application form for the NSF Federal Cyber Service: Scholarship for Service program (http://www.sfs.opm.gov) for students at Idaho State University.
- 3.3 or greater GPA for undergraduate students.
- 3.5 or greater GPA for graduate level students.
- United States citizenship – Not dual National.
- Full-time student or applicant within two years of graduation in an undergraduate or graduate program.
Scholarship recipients shall:
- pursue an academic program in Information Assurance or computer security at their home institution or through consortium registration at one of the partner institutions.
- participate in two years of study and related activities in Information Assurance or computer security.
- maintain a 3.5 or higher GPA.
- receive full tuition support as well as payment of related expenses such as textbooks and fees.
- participate actively in an internship/practicum within the National Information Assurance Training and Education Center (NIATEC) to gain experience in Information Assurance.
- receive an annual stipend of $34,000 for graduate students.
- seek and participate in a paid summer Information Assurance internship with a federal agency at the end of their first year of support.
- upon graduation be required to work for a federal agency for two years in fulfillment of their Federal Cyber Service commitment.
- Application form - download
- Personal statement (see instructions on page 2)
- Two letters of recommendation - download
- Transcripts from home institution and any previous institutions attended (may be unofficial)
- Transcripts and recommendations should be sent to:
- Scholarship for Service Program (C/O Greg Ray)
- Idaho State University
- 921 South 8th Avenue
- Campus Stop 8332
- Fax: (208) 282-4367
- All other application materials should be sent electronically
Idaho State University: Greg Ray, email@example.com(208) 282-6054
For those wishing to apply, all application documents should be received by May 31 for acceptance to the following fall semester.