Scholarship Opportunities
Travis Schoenbeck Memorial Scholarship
Travis William Schoenbeck, born March 4, 1975, was the grandson of Walter Schoenbeck, a deceased member of American Legion Post 75. Travis graduated from Fox High School in St. Louis, Missouri, and his ambition was to earn a college degree in business management. He tragically died as the result of an automobile accident on September 10, 1995. In his memory, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 75 established this scholarship for the purpose of assisting individuals associated with Post 75 with their own college education. 

Procedure Change for 2020

To help you maintain social distancing the following changes will apply for 2020 only.

Deadline for Travis Schoenbeck Memorial Scholarship applications has been extended to June 1st, 2020.

Your two letters of recommendation may be submitted by email directly

from the recommender to

Transcript may be submitted by email to 

Transcript may be unofficial and downloaded or screenshot from your school’s website.

Completed application, description of community service and essay may be

submitted by email to


 The American Legion, Department of Florida and the American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Florida offer many scholarship opportunities for High School and college students, which are focused on Veteran and Military influences.




The American Legion offers a number of scholarships and other resources to assist young people in their pursuit of higher education. There are opportunities for everyone, including kin of wartime veterans and participants in Legion programs.  The Auxiliary supports a number of scholarship programs that benefit veterans, the children of our veterans, and the members of the organizations within The American Legion Family. 

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