Scholarship Program


We love to invest in the next generation

Every day, we at ASUS rely on incredible technological breakthroughs and procedures to achieve our goals.  We are grateful for the innovators who developed these resources, and in return we want to lend a hand in developing the education of the innovators and leaders of tomorrow.

To that end, ASUS has established a scholarship program to assist the children of active, full-time U.S. Military members and honorably discharged veterans at the bases we serve. Our scholarships are awarded to current high school seniors or graduates, or undergraduate students who plan to continue their education in a variety of fields, including environmental science and engineering; biology and chemistry; medical and mathematical sciences; business management; and technology. Renewable scholarships are offered each year for full-time study at an accredited institution of the student’s choice.

The program is administered by Scholarship Management Services, a division of Scholarship America, the nation’s largest designer and manager of scholarship and tuition-reimbursement programs for corporations, foundations, associations, and individuals. Awards are granted without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender, disability, or national origin.

For more details on our scholarship program, please visit Scholarship America.

2021 Scholarship Recipients – $2,500 Renewable Scholarship

Emiliano Tosic
Scholarship Orientation: Fort Bragg, NC
College: East Carolina University
Major: Business Management
Bio: Emiliano made the President’s List for 2020. He enjoys boxing as his favorite activity.

Daniel Smith
Scholarship Orientation: Fort Jackson, SC
College: Frederick Community College
Major: Emergency Management
Bio: Daniel is a member of the Beta Club, National Technical Honor Society, National Honors Society, and College and Career Readiness. He enjoys being a Youth Group Band Member (drums) at his church and being a member of the S.A.L.T. Team (lights and media).

Juliana Ramirez
Scholarship Orientation: Fort Bliss, TX
College: University of CO at Denver
Major: 3D Graphics and Animation
Bio: Juliana recently completed her first full year at the University of Colorado. She is currently studying 3D graphics and animation and is hoping to get into the Digital Animation Center at the University. She loves art and making art for others to enjoy, and in the future would like to work in the gaming industry to help create and design games for everyone to play.

Amanda Brannon
Scholarship Orientation: Eglin AFB, FL
College: University of Florida
Major: Biological Engineering
Bio: Amanda was the salutatorian of her senior class as well as girl’s captain of the swim team, VP of Junior Classical League, secretary of the Science National Honor Society, VP of the Thespian Society, and Fine Arts Chair of SGA.  She was also active in chamber choir, the school’s theater programs, Beta Club, and Mu Alpha Theta.  Amanda works for the Destin (Florida) Fire Department as an instructor for the Junior Lifeguard Program, teaching young children about lifesaving skills and beach safety.

2021 Scholarship Recipients – $1,000 Scholarship

Yasmine Ambriz
Scholarship Orientation: Fort Bliss, TX
College: University of Texas at El Paso
Major: Forensic Science
Bio: Yasmine has been involved with her school Drill Team, Ballroom Team, and is a member of the National Honor Society

Thomas Cox
Scholarship Orientation: Fort Bliss, TX
College: El Paso Community College
Major: Graphic Design
Bio: Thomas works as a lifeguard on Ft. Bliss. He enjoys writing and illustrating stories, and was also awarded a scholarship from the Fort Bliss Spouse Association this spring.

Tyler Stewart
Scholarship Orientation: Eglin AFB, FL
College: Northwest Florida State College
Major: Computer Science
Bio: Tyler recently graduated with magna cum laude honors for having above a 4.00 weighted GPA. In his senior year, he took six AP classes and two honors level courses, and was selected as a recipient for the Florida Medallion Scholars Scholarship. Tyler is currently studying Microsoft Azure and Linux in his spare time and enjoys volunteering at a local foodbank.

Braden Riedasch
Scholarship Orientation: Fort Bragg, NC
College: East Carolina University
Major: Nursing
Bio: Braden recently completed his first full year at East Carolina University and is currently on the Dean’s List.

Justin White
Scholarship Orientation: Fort Jackson, SC
College: The Citadel
Major: Political Science
Bio: Justin is a member of the National Honor Society. He enjoyed participating in Varsity Baseball, JROTC Leadership, and his church youth group.

Matthew Walter
Scholarship Orientation: Fort Jackson, SC
College: Clemson University
Major: Civil Engineering
Bio: Matthew is a cum laude inductee and Honor Graduate. He is currently working in construction this summer before he starts Clemson as a freshman in the fall.

Phoebe Fischer
Scholarship Orientation: Fort Bragg, NC
College: University of South Carolina
Major: Global Studies
Bio: Phoebe was the class valedictorian, President of the Blythewood High School National Art Honors Society, Cross Country team captain, and received the Cross Country Academic Award and National History Day Senior Paper Division First Place.