Kyle Huff ’18C Receives Scholarship from Syracuse University Office of Veteran and Military Affairs

Congratulations to Kyle Huff ’18C on being awarded the Wilder J. Leavitt and Mary P. Morningstar Scholarship for Military-Connected Students by the Syracuse University Office of Veteran and Military Affairs. Huff is a product of our Early Commissioning Program and will graduate from Syracuse University in December.

Announcement by Syracuse University Office of Veteran and Military Affairs:

Kyle Huff is a senior civil engineering major hailing from Kersey, Pennsylvania. Huff currently serves in the New York Army National Guard as a maintenance control officer.

Huff is involved in the Student Veterans Organization and the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society, which includes only the top eighth of students. He is also a member of the Syracuse University rugby team.

Following his expected graduation this December, Huff plans to attend the Basic Officer Leadership Course in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, where he will train to become a qualified engineering officer in the U.S. Army National Guard. As Huff approaches graduation, he is appreciative of the scholarship to propel him towards his plans for the future. “This award motivates me to keep working hard and to be the best citizen-soldier I can possibly be,” he said. “I am confident and excited to begin the next chapter of my life and serve my community through military service and engineering expertise.”

To learn more about Valley Forge Military College’s Early Commissioning Program, visit www.vfmac.edu/rotc 

 

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