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College undergraduate and graduate students selected to be Pat Roberts Intelligence Scholars could receive as much as $50,000 in scholarship money. Roberts, a Republican, represents Kansas in the Senate.  The ROTC-style program is the brainchild of Felix Moos, a Kansas University professor of anthropology, and is part of an effort to attract qualified candidates to the field of intelligence gathering, especially in targeted areas of the world, including Afghanistan, China, Korea and the Middle East. The program was suggested by Moos to Roberts, who shepherded the measure through Congress, which approved $4 million for the pilot project. After earning their degrees, recipients are committed to working for the CIA for 18 months for each year of scholarship they receive. Candidates for the scholarships may attend any institution and must be full-time students, U.S. citizens, and pass the same security background checks given to other CIA employees. They also must possess advanced expertise in certain regions, languages or other disciplines. (DKR)  Apply for the Pat Roberts Scholarship here.

College/Graduate Students: Earn Up to $20,000 for Overseas Study -- David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarships offer generous funding to college students wishing to spend a summer, semester, or academic year overseas in areas of the world deemed critical to US national security. US Citizens Only. For
more information, please visit Information regarding David L. Boren Graduate Fellowships can be found at

CWF Retiree Cards
     Retirees wishing to obtain a CWF Retiree Identification Card may call CWF at (301) 688-7337 for an appointment. Photos are taken and cards issued every other Tuesday at the National Cryptologic Museum by appointment only. The cost is $5.00 and you must bring proof that you are a retired agency employee, e.g. an expired Phoenix Society, Inc. Membership card or form 3150 that you received upon retirement. If neither of these are available, please contact the Phoenix Society, Inc. Office and we will issue you a membership card.


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