Summer 2010 Competition Results are located at http://www.lintcenter.org/Winners/Summer10.htm
WINNER: Boris K. Full name Withheld Due to Former Assignment.
Boris K. - US Citizen, born in the Soviet Union, and grew up in NYC. This excellent linguist joined the US Army and served as a member of a Special Operations Team Alpha (SOT-A,) a small SIGINT element, eventually becoming the team leader and completing two deployments in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. (Full Bio) and National Security Essay See Press Release
Virginia and Frank Misselhorn Memorial Scholarship ($500)
WINNER: Jordan Daniels (Press Release)
Quote from the Bio of this future national security worker. "Transferring to the School of Foreign Service is not only a personal accomplishment but a testament to my commitment to a career in national security. In transferring, I am forfeiting a full scholarship to the University of Maryland. To me it is well worth it. SFS has one of the most specialized undergraduate curricula ininternational relations, it will better prepare me for a profession in national security, and, put simply, I believe it will make me much happier." Jordan's National SecurityEssay
|(This is awarded to runner-up candidates of Lint Center Scholarships to include the Jim & Anna Hyonjoo Lint Scholarship) (One application and you can apply for two scholarships!) Info Page|
Lint Center's 'Quest for Knowledge' Scholarship:
Honoring CPL Christopher J. Coffland ($500)
WINNER: Trevor Kennedy
CPL Christopher J. Coffland was assigned to the 323rd Military Intelligence Battalion and was killed in action during Operation Enduring Freedom in Wardak Province, Afghanistan on November 13, 2009. A dedicated, brave and courageous American, Specialist Coffland received two Bronze Stars for bravery and a Purple Heart among other medals for his service. Information and Requirements page.