About the Scholarship

FEEA Scholarship is awarded by the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund. The FEEA is a non-profit organization that was established in the year 1986 who provides financial assistance and scholarships to our dedicated civilian federal and postal public servants and their families.

FEEA Scholarship is given to the children of government civilian workers who passed on or were seriously harmed in the line of obligation during the terror attacks on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, the Pentagon on 9-11, and the US Embassies and Consulates in Kenya, Tanzania, and Libya.


How to apply for this scholarship grant?

  • Must submit a double-spaced typed essay of no more than two pages responding to the topic listed on the application.

  • A letter of recommendation from a supervisor, coworker, community leader, teacher, or counselor.

  • Candidates are required to submit their current official transcript to meet eligibility.

  • Candidates must demonstrate financial need and indulge in community service or extracurricular activities.

  • A copy of the federal employee's most recent Standard Form 50 'Notice of Personnel Action'


FEEA Scholarship award amounts to

  • This scholarship award amount ranges from $500 to $2500 each year which is non-renewable.

  • The total number of awards offered by this scholarship is limited to 400 candidates each year based on the students meeting their requirements.


Deadline information

The applications are to be presented before the end of March 25, 2020. Understudies are informed to present their grant application and other requirements are to be submitted before the due date. Applications and other data are accessible online on the Federal Employee Education and Assistance Fund website.


Eligibility Criteria

  • The applicant must be under the age of 25 and a child or legal dependent of post employee or federal civilian, working as full-time or part-time. 

  • The applicant must be a grandchild of a federal employee member of the Blacks in Government (BIG).

  • The applicant must be a spouse of a postal employee or a permanent federal civilian working full-time or part-time. 

  • The applicant must have a parent or a grandparent who is a National Active or Retired Federal Employees Association (NARFE) member.