Oct. 15 Deadline for 3 available Scholarships!
Applications must be postmarked by the deadline and sent to the Foundation’s Atlantic City office at
The Miss America Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 1919
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08404
Jean Bartel Military Scholarship ($3,000)
Millions of Americans have answered the call to serve their country, and Jean Bartel was an ardent supporter of the Armed Forces. Established in Jean’s memory, the Jean Bartel Scholarship for Military Awareness is a $3,000 scholarship awarded to a qualified applicant who has demonstrated exemplary service to the men and women of our nation’s military.
Applicants are considered based on a variety of criteria, including, but not limited to, grade point average (high school & college/university), class rank, extra-curricular activities, financial aid requirements, household income, level of participation within the MAO system, and an essay describing how the applicant has fulfilled a legitimate need in their community through the creation, development, and/or participation in a community-based project or event to support and raise awareness of the brave men and women who dedicate their lives to protect our freedom.
Guidelines for the Award
The scholarship is available to women who have competed on the local, state, or national level from 2008 to present, regardless of whether a title was won.
The Scholarship Committee will review all applications for this scholarship.
A new application must be submitted each year and previous recipients are eligible to apply.
2018 Dr. and Mrs. David B. Allman Scholarship (Medical)
Allman Scholarships will be granted if there are qualified applicants, to those women in the Miss America system who meet the requirements for grant of scholarships. This scholarship is available to women who have competed within the system on the State, Local or National level from 2008 to present regardless of whether a title was won. The Scholarship Committee will award the income of the Foundation, earned during the preceding year for the scholarship award. The Committee members will review all applications for scholarships and will award one or more scholarships per year depending upon the qualifications of applicants.
A new application must be submitted each year and previous recipients are also eligible to apply.
Applicants will be considered for the award based upon a combination of factors including, but not limited to, grade point average (high school and college/university), class rank, MCAT score, extra-curricular activities, financial aid requirements, household income and level of participation within the system
2018 Tiffany Phillips Scholar-Athlete Award ($2,000)
The Tiffany Phillips Scholar-Athlete Award is presented to an outstanding scholar-athlete that participated in the Miss America program during the current year for her state title. All applicants must have a minimum grade point average of 3.5 and be eligible for competition per the candidate contract. All applicants must be a participant of and demonstrate good sportsmanship in an athletic sport at the high school or university she attends. Additionally, she should be involved in an activity that benefits her community or campus.