Annual Larry Monroe Scholarship Award
The Larry Monroe Scholarship Award is presented annually in memory of former FBI Agent Lawrence J. Monroe, one of the founders of the National Executive Institute. Larry played a crucial role in the initial program design, curriculum development and administration of many NEI programs during his long, distinguished career at the FBI Academy. His untimely death in 1999 led to the creation of this coveted scholarship.
Candidates for this award include all eligible* FBI NEIA members' children and grandchildren who are enrolled in an accredited two- or four-year undergraduate program or who are pursuing a masters or higher level degree. Proof of registration or current attendance must be included with the application, which must be submitted by Friday, April 28, 2017. Selection will be based on monetary need, demonstrated work ethic, scholarship record, and service orientation.
At the Scholarship Committee's discretion, the amount of this award may range from
$2,500 up to $10,000; and it may be presented to a single student or be divided between two or more, depending upon the various applicants' qualifications.
Recipients will be announced at our annual meeting this May in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The Larry Monroe Scholarship application consists of three parts: Part I must be completed by the sponsoring NEI member and must include a brief statement on behalf of the candidate. Parts II and III must be completed by the student.
Past Award Recepients
- Alexa Weight, 2016
- William David Marshburn, 2015
- Jayce L. Born, 2014
- Krystle Roper, 2013
- Jackson James Fuhrman, 2012
- Alison Pastor, 2011
- Virginia Anne Baker and Theresa K. Lohn, 2010
- Daniel Bevan, 2009
- Matthew K. Jacocks, 2008
- Matthew Werder, 2007
- Molly Gallagher, 2006
- Katie Flaherty, 2005
- Julie Bevan / Thomas J. Nestell III, 2004
- Jessica Cashdollar, 2003
- Michelle Bretzing, 2002
- Lori McCormack, 2001
- Kim Kerlikowske, 2000