May 20th, 2022

CMP Awards 142 Scholarship Awards to Junior Shooters

CMP Shooting scholarships high school college 2022

The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) has issued 142 scholarship grants to outstanding junior marksmen. The CMP Scholarship Program provides funds to gifted secondary students who will graduate from high school in 2022, and enroll in college in the fall of 2022.

CMP Shooting scholarships high school college 2022

CLICK HERE for Full List of Scholarship Winners »

CMP marksmanship college scholarshipsAlong with a generous $30,000 contribution from the Garand Collectors Association (GCA), the CMP awarded $178,000 in scholarships to remarkable young individuals from across the country. Of the applications received, the median grade point average was an incredible 4.05 — the highest in the history of the Scholarship program. Applicants came from 37 of the 50 states as well as military stations outside the USA. These scholarships will go towards college expenses for the collegiate term commencing in the fall of 2022.

Though most of the recipients received $1,000 scholarships, the CMP also provided $3,000 grants to 16 exceptional candidates with notable extra-curricular activities and/or community service as well as firm commitments to marksmanship. These special student-athletes each received $3,000 in funding. In addition, one $5,000 Carolyn Hines Memorial Scholarship was also awarded to the top overall applicant.

Top Young Marksman from Ohio Awarded $5000 Scholarship
The $5,000 Carolyn Hines Memorial Scholarship has been awarded to Johnathan Dorsten of Bryan, Ohio. Johnathan has committed to the Ohio State Pistol team for the upcoming school year.

Winners of $3,000 scholarships are: Phoebe Chandler (Parker, SD), Annie Downum (Springdale, AR), Sarah Folsom (Granbury, TX), Victoria James (Woodine, MD), Isaac Joback (Fenton, MO), Alexis Kunze (Oak Harbor, WA), Abbie Leverett (Bainbridge, GA), Chandler Livingston (Chula, GA), Molly Palko (Albuquerque, NM), Emma Rhode (Kempton, PA), Benjamin Rogers (Gardner, KS), Bryce Roop (Decatur, IN), Samuel Sparrow (Hendersonville, TN), Maria Tortorelli (APO), Hannah Vaagen (Devils Lake, ND), and Elysa Walter (Sugar Hill, GA).

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Many of the scholarship winners learned their skills through youth air rifle programs.

To review all the scholarship recipients, view the CMP Scholarship Program Page. Congratulations to all these talented scholar-shooters. CLICK HERE for a spreadsheet listing all 2022 scholarship winners with their locations and shooting club affiliations.

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