2019 Scholarship Program

 

The National Guard Association of Massachusetts (NGAMA) and The Adjutant General of Massachusetts are pleased to announce the opportuity to apply for two scholarships in 2019. In anticipation of NGAMA hosting the National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS) General Conference and Exhibition in 2020—“Boston 2020”—the winner of the first scholarship will receive $2020. In recognition of the first muster of the National Guard (December 13, 1636), the second scholarship prize amount is $1636. NGAMA scholarships will be awarded to Massachusetts National Guard members, their sons, daughters, or spouses.

 

Deadline for Applications: 14 January 2019

 

2019 NGAMA Scholarship Application

 


2018 Scholarship Recipients

 

Olivia O’Brien (center), daughter of SMSgt Joseph O’Brien of the 102d Intelligence Wing, receives the $1500 scholarship award from NGAMA President Col Pete Green (left) and MG Frank McGinn (right).

 

Nicholas Ferreira (center), son of CW4 Daniel Ferriera of DET-12 Operational Support Airlift, receives the $1000 scholarship award from NGAMA President Col Pete Green (left) and MG Frank McGinn (right).

 

The Scholarship Committee congratulates the 2018 recipients and their families:

$2500 Scholarship
Ms. Shannon McGovern

Daughter of SMSgt Brian McGovern – 102d IW, MAANG

$1500 Scholarship
Ms. Olyvia O’Brien
Daughter of SMSgt Joseph O’Brien – 102d IW, MAANG

$1000 Scholarship
Mr. Nicholas Ferreira
Son of CW4 Daniel Ferreira – DET 12 OSACOM, MAARNG

 


2017 Scholarship Recipients

 

Massachusetts Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Gary Keefe, presents scholarships at the 2nd Annual Battle Road 5K Road Race in Lexington, Mass. Pictured (l to r) are Maj Gen Keefe, scholarship recipients Valerie Pauer, Jacob Gramstorff, Demi DiCarlo, and Cliff Blackmon with NGAMA President LTC Jason Oberton and NGAMA Scholarship co-chairman CPT Mustafa Thompson.

 

The Scholarship Committee congratulates the 2017 recipients and their families:

$2500 Scholarship
Ms. Valerie Pauer

Daughter of Col Eric Pauer – MAANG

$1500 Scholarship
Mr. Jacob Gramstorff
Son of LTC Chris Gramstorff – MAARNG

$1000 Scholarship
Ms. Demi DiCarlo
Daughter of CPT Jay DiCarlo – MAARNG

 

$4000 Norwich Scholarship
SrA Cliff Blackmon
101st Intelligence Squadron – MAANG


2016 Scholarship Recipients

The Scholarship Committee congratulates the 2016 recipients and their families:

 

$2500 Scholarship
Ms. Valerie Pauer

Daughter of Col Eric Pauer – MAANG

$1500 Scholarship
Ms. Grace Mayer
Daughter of MAJ Greg Mayer – MAARNG

$1000 Scholarship
Ms. Jessica Devine
Daughter of COL Tom Devine – MAARNG

 


2015 Scholarship Recipients

The Scholarship Committee congratulates the 2015 recipients and their families:

 

$2500 Scholarship
Ms. Rachel Cousins

Daughter of Lt Col Mike Cousins – MAANG

$1500 Scholarship
Ms. Valerie Pauer
Daughter of Col Eric Pauer – MAANG

$1000 Scholarship
Mr. Cameron Fiorentino
Son of LTC Peter Fiorentino – MAARNG

 

NGAMA Treasurer Ethan Sheldon, Scholarship Committee Co-Chair Pete Green and President Nick Masata present the 2015 NGAMA Scholarship Recipients
NGAMA Treasurer Ethan Sheldon, Scholarship Committee Co-Chair Pete Green, and President Nick Masata present the 2015 NGAMA Scholarship Recipients

 

 

 


NGAMA 2014 Scholarship Recipients

The Scholarship Committee congratulates the 2015 recipients and their families:


Mr. Ethan 
Fennell
Son of LTC Joel Finnell – MAARNG

Ms. Alyssa Gramstorff
Daughter of LTC Chris Gramstorff – MAARNG

 

Alyssa Gramstorff, daughter of LTC Carl Gramstorff is presented a NGAMA Scholarship. Presenting the scholarship are COL Nancy Souza and LTC Wayne Libby of the Scholarship Committee and Immediate Past President COL John Driscoll.
Alyssa Gramstorff (left), daughter of LTC Chris Gramstorff, receives the NGAMA Scholarship from (l to r) COL Nancy Souza, LTC Wayne Libbey and Immediate Past President COL John Driscoll
LTC Joel Finnell received a scholarship for his son Ethan Finnell. Representing NGAMA are COL Nancy Souza, LTC Wayne Libby and Immediate Past President John Driscoll.
LTC Joel Fennell (left) receives a scholarship on behalf of his son, Ethan Fennell, from (l to r) COL Nancy Souza, LTC Wayne Libbey and Immediate Past President COL John Driscoll