CMP Awards Over $300,000 in Youth Marksmanship Scholarships By:

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CMP Awards Over $300,000 in Scholarships to Marksmanship Athletes for 2024-2025
The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) Scholarship Committee has presented 142 scholarships to outstanding junior marksmen and women for the 2024-2025 school year. Along with a generous $30,000 contribution from the Garand Collectors Association (GCA), the CMP Scholarship Program awarded $308,000 in new and recurring scholarships: 76 one-time $1,000 scholarships, 17 one-time $3,000 scholarships, and 24 one-time $5,000 scholarships, and Repeat $5000 (4-time) scholarships. CLICK HERE for list of all 2024-25 CMP Scholarship winners.

Four-Year Scholarships
The CMP granted four new repeat $5,000 scholarships, totaling $20,000 over four years for each recipient. These will support the candidates throughout their 4-year college careers. Earning four-year recurring scholarships ($20k per person) are:

Harry Sieben Scholarship: Claudia Muzik (Green Springs, OH)
Carolyn Hines Scholarship: Danjela Jordan de Jesus (Woodbine, GA)
Jon Bengston Scholarship: Natalie Bean (Sour Lake, TX)
Judith Legerski Scholarship: Meredith Stuart (Comfort, TX)

One-time $5000 Scholarship Winners:
Students receiving the $5,000 one-time scholarships are:

Jordyn Allen (AL)
Susan Carter (GA)
Rory Claussen (NM)
Grace Corbett (VA)
Colter Cornwell (MT)
Gracie Dinh (AR)
Riley Dunn (PA)
Ena Gibson (CO)
Nicolette Hoffman (SD)
Megan Jaros (MN)
Katie McCall (MO)
Mallory Johnson (TN)
Evan Langerak (MN)
David LePage (NY)
Elizabeth Probst (TX)
Chloe Shannon (OK)
Donald Simpson (OH)
Hailey Singleton (OH)
Emma Sjodin (TX)
Judson Terry (GA)
Logan Tucker (AR)
Carlee Valenta (PA)
Micah Vawter (WA)
Emme Walrath (WI).

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Special Community Scholarship Program
An additional $5,000 from the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama was donated towards CMP’s Community Scholarship – reserved for students in districts surrounding the CMP facilities in Anniston/Talladega, Alabama, and Port Clinton (Camp Perry), Ohio. This year’s $5,000 Superspeedway donation went to Peyton Whitelaw (Oxford, AL). A total of 16 other $1,000 Community Scholarships were awarded, marking $21,000 overall for CMP’s support of neighboring areas.

About the CMP Scholarship Program:
The CMP is proud to provide support to junior marksmen in their continuing education. Through these scholarships, the CMP is able to uphold its goal of awarding those who present exceptional talent, determination and citizenship within the field of marksmanship. CMP Scholarships are available to graduating high school JROTC, 4-H, and other junior shooting club members. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, show good moral character, and be a scholar marksman.

The Civilian Marksmanship Program is a federally chartered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. It is dedicated to firearm safety and marksmanship training and to the promotion of marksmanship competition for citizens of the United States. To learn more about the CMP and its programs, visit TheCMP.org

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