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2023 US Eagle Foundation Scholarship Opportunities!

The 2023 application period will be open March 2nd, 2023 – April 2nd, 2023.

Stay tuned for more information on this year’s categories. Apply for one of our three available scholarships, each valued at $2,000. Students may apply for more than one scholarship but can only be awarded one scholarship per year. To be eligible, students must have plans to enroll in the fall of 2023 in a full-time undergraduate course of study at an accredited two- or four-year college or university or in a full-time trade/vocational school. Full-time undergraduate students already enrolled at an accredited two- or four-year college or university or trade/vocational school are also eligible. Students agree to use their name and photograph for publication by US Eagle relating to this program by submitting their application. Applicants must be members or relatives of a current member at US Eagle. Employees, volunteers, and immediate family members of employees at US Eagle are not eligible.



Congratulations to our 2022 Scholarships recipients. Learn more about our recipients below: 


Build a Branch - Recipient: Aydriane Vigil

Award Amount: $2,000

Scholarship Description: New Mexico covers 121,356 square miles, with an estimated population of 2,095,428 people – 686,089 living in rural New Mexico (USDA-ERS). These rural areas face struggles related to demographic changes, land use and environment, workforce development, capital access, infrastructure, health, and community preservation. These challenges make individuals in rural areas more likely to fall victim to predatory lending practices like payday or title loans. Your task is to identify a rural New Mexico community (by definition of the U.S. Census ) with two or fewer financial institutions. Build a Credit Union Branch in this community to provide access to products and resources. Your budget is $1M. Consider the following in your essay: 

  • What services and products do you offer?  
  • What marketing strategies can you use?  
  • How do you gain trust in your community and stand out? 
  • How do you handle staffing challenges due to the low population? 
  • You completed your plan and realized you went over the budget. What measures do you take to cut costs? 

 About Aydriane

College: University of New Mexico

 Dream Job: Radiology Technician

Role Model: "My role model is my mom. She has helped me so much, not only through my high school career but so much more. She has always inspired me and given me all the opportunities to help me excel in school and personally."


Show Me Your SOUL - Recipient: Dylan Ortega

Award Amount: $2,000

Scholarship Description: Show us your SOUL. US Eagle believes that by adding SOUL - Sincerity, Objectivity, Urgency, Learning – and simplicity to the financial experience, we will create fiercely loyal members, deeply engaged employees, and thriving communities. That is our vision. 


Now it's your turn. Introduce your business, your mission statement, and your vision. 

You are tasked with producing onboarding materials for new hires. Provide an acronym that incorporates your business values (remember, ours is SOUL) to help them visualize your mission's meaning and value. Create a video, slideshow, or document to show your employees how to implement these values in their daily workflow. 

About Dylan

College: New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico

Dream Job: Working as a wireless communications engineer.

Hero: "My hero is both my mom and dad. I love my mom's compassion and empathy for others, and I love my dad's loyalty and commitment to do things."


Vigil Bullying Prevention - Recipient: Anastasia Holguin

Award Amount: $2,000

Scholarship Description: The 2017 School Crime Supplement (National Center for Education Statistics and Bureau of Justice) indicates that about 20% of students ages 12-18 experienced bullying nationwide. Bullying can happen anywhere and to anyone: youth, adults, at school, at work, and it can occur online, verbally, socially, and physically.

The US Eagle Foundation has created a scholarship opportunity for students who have actively partaken and/or created effective anti-bullying initiatives in their school or community.

Submit an essay or video describing an anti-bullying action plan or initiative you have spearheaded or taken an active role in.

Some examples of what to include in your submission:

  • A brief background on why you are passionate about the program.
  • A clear description of what action you took.
  • How did you raise awareness? (include your outreach strategy and optionally attach any outreach materials you may have used).
  • What were the outcomes of your initiative?
  • Was this a one-off campaign or a sustainable long-term initiative?

About Anastasia

College: St. Edwards University in Austin, Texas

Anticipated Major: Computer Science

Role Model: "My role model has always been my mother because she has taught me to be strong and independent throughout the years. My mom has always believed in me and has never left my side." 



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