All You Need To Know About FEEA Scholarship 2023-24


The FEEA Scholarship provides merit-based scholarship to the children, stepchildren, and legal dependents of specific federal employees.

To qualify, the sponsoring federal employee must have worked for the federal government for over three years, either as a full- or part-time permanent federal civilian or postal worker.

Additionally, spouses of eligible sponsors and eligible federal and civilian postal workers have the opportunity to apply for the scholarship.

Scholarships are granted based on academic and personal achievements, community service records, recommendations, and the quality of writing in the application submission.

 FEEA Scholarship

 FEEA Scholarship General Eligibility:

  1. Maintain an unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  2. Enroll in or plan to attend a degree-granting program at an accredited institution.
  3. Must be a full-time student (part-time allowed only for federal employees).

Specific Eligibility Criteria:

For Federal Employee Sponsors:

  1. Federal employee sponsors must have a minimum of 3 years of service by the application deadline.

For Applicants:

  1. Permanent full- or part-time civilian employees of the federal or postal services.
  2. Children or permitted dependents of federal civil servants or postal workers employed full- or part-time permanently. Dependents must be younger than 25 and still rely on their sponsor for support.
  3. Spouses of full- or part-time, permanent civil servants in the government or postal service.
  4. Grandchildren of federal employees who are members of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE), Professional Managers Association (PMA), or Blacks in Government (BIG).
  5. Grandchildren and great-grandchildren of current National Active and Retired Federal Workers Association members (NARFE). Only high school seniors may apply to NARFE.

Documents Required for the FEEA Scholarship

  1. Transcripts:
    • Submit complete copies of your high school or college transcripts (unofficial transcripts are acceptable).
  2. Essay:
  3. Achievements and Activities:
    • Include a list of your achievements, accolades, and extracurricular activities.
  4. SF-50 (For Federal Employee Sponsors):
    • Provide a copy of the most current SF-50 from the employer sponsoring federal employees (not required for retired NARFE members).


1. Can I apply for more than one FEEA scholarship?

2. How many scholarships does FEEA award each year?

  • The number of scholarships awarded by FEEA varies from year to year depending on the availability of funds and the number of applicants.

3. How can I improve my chances of receiving a FEEA scholarship?

  • To enhance your chances of receiving a FEEA scholarship, emphasize your academic achievements, leadership skills, and community involvement in your application.
  • Follow all application instructions carefully and ensure you submit all required documents.