The Civilian Marksmanship Program has presented 114 scholarships to outstanding junior marksmen through the CMP Scholarship Program for the 2023-2024 school year.
Along with a $30,000 contribution from the Garand Collectors Association, CMP awarded $220,000 in scholarships to remarkable young individuals from around the country, as well as four repeat $5,000 scholarships, the latter totaling $20,000 over the course of four years for each recipient.
The top applicants were chosen by the CMP Scholarship Committee.
Listed below are those earning the top four $20,000 scholarships.
- Charles Bratton (Clover, S.C.)
- Emma Lawrence (Shelbyville, Ky.)
- Suman Sanghera (Great Falls, Va.)
- Allison Zane (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
In total, CMP awarded 58 one-time $1,000 scholarships to students nationwide, along with 12 more to students local to Ohio and Alabama. Additionally, $3,000 scholarships went to the next top 20 students and $5,000 scholarships to the preceding 20 excelling students.
Receiving the $5,000 scholarships were:
- Ella Allen (Nashville, Tenn.)
- Emily Buck (Alabaster, Ala.)
- Elijah Butler (Austin, Texas)
- Katrina Demerle (Ross, Ohio)
- Nathan Engman (Albertville, Minn.)
- Dylan Gregory (Naperville, Ill.)
- Madelyn Lee (Dawsonville, Ga.)
- Maggie Mizelle (Sylacauga, Ala.)
- Leah Mueller (Iola, Kan.)
- Casia Steinhaus (Devils Lake, N.D.)
- Ariana Sun (Honolulu, Hawaii)
- Ryan Wee (Wake Forest, N.C.)
- Isabella Baldwin (Nashville, Tenn.)
- Reese Burnett (Pierre Part, La.)
- Bremen Butler (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
- Esther Moore (Bentonville, Ak.)
- Julia Oubre (Acworth, Ga.)
- Leo Veatch (Agate, Colo.)
- Vincent Xu (Andover, Mass.)
- Samantha Zermeno (Fort Mill, S.C.)
To review all the selected applicants, go to the CMP Scholarship Program page.