OSINT Foundation announces the recipients of inaurgural scholarship awards
The OSINT Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of our inaugural scholarship awards. Each $2,500 academic scholarship is awarded to a current undergraduate student who is interested in OSINT and a career in national security. Noah, a rising junior at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, is majoring in Cyber Intelligence and Security, and minoring in Global Security and Intelligence Studies. Joel is a rising sophomore at James Madison University, with a major in Intelligence Analysis and a minor in Geographic Science. Each student demonstrated strong academic performance and interest in the OSINT discipline. The Foundation’s scholarship efforts were greatly aided by support from, and partnership with, the Northwest Federal Credit Union Foundation.
The OSINT Foundation, the professional association for Open-Source Intelligence practitioners, is committed to supporting emerging young professionals and the next generation of OSINT practitioners though scholarships, mentoring, and providing student memberships that enable a “bird’s-eye view” of the discussions and activities of experienced OSINTers. Please join us in congratulating our first recipients of the OSINT Foundation scholarship!