Trustees of the former Agents of the FBI Foundation awarded a scholarship recently for the 2019-20 academic year to Stella “Brynn” Justice of Edmond.
Justice graduated from Edmond Memorial High School in May 2019. She is the daughter of former FBI Special Agent Martha Justice.
The funding of the Foundation’s Scholarship Program is based in part on the contributions of current members of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, as well as contributions left through sizable bequests over the years. Scholarships are granted to outstanding students based on financial need, academic achievement, leadership, and community involvement.
The Former Agents of the FBI Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Society of Former Secial Agent of the FBI Inc., located in Dumfries, Vir. For the 2019-20 academic year, the Foundation has awarded 108 scholarships ranging from $1,000, to $5,000. Undergraduate students who are children and grandchildren of Society members are eligible to apply. Additionally, children of members of the FBI National Academy Associates, are eligible to apply for the George A. Zeiss Memorial Scholarship. Information and applications for the Foundation’s 2020-21 Scholarship Program will be available at www.socxfbi.org beginning in December 2019.