Nov. 11, 2009 -- With college costs rising, members of the Electronic Security Association (the ESA, formerly known as the NBFAA) may want to reach out to security products and technology distributor Tri-Ed to learn more about a scholarship program. The program awards three scholarships to any graduating high school senior related to an ESA member.
The scholarships are based on academic merit, and applicants will need to provide a copy of the high school transcript, SAT or ACT scores, a copy of the application essay submitted to the college, a letter from the school's guidance counselor or teacher, and a list of colleges to which the student is applying. The materials have to submitted to Tri-Ed by January 31, 2010, so students still have time to apply for the scholarships, which are valued at $1,500, $1,00 and $500. Materials can be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Winners will be announced during the ISC West tradeshow in the spring of 2010.