The NRA family offers a variety of scholarships to young adults with an interest in shooting, hunting and the Second Amendment, as well as opportunities for children of NRA members who are current or retired law enforcement officers.
The NRA Foundation supports this summit that encourages young adults to become active and knowledgeable U.S. citizens by learning about the Constitution and Bill of Rights, the federal government and the importance of being active in civic affairs. In addition to the week in Washington D.C., Y.E.S. participants compete for $40,000 in college scholarships.
The NRA Women's Policies Committee has established the Women's Wildlife Management/Conservation Scholarship, to be administered by The NRA Foundation. This women's scholarship, is a renewable, one-year, $5,000 scholarship available to full-time college juniors or seniors with a minimum grade point average of 3.0, majoring in wildlife management/conservation.
Explore other opportunities that recognize and reward outstanding individuals or their involvement with the shooting sports in their community.
The NRA family sponsors annual contests for kids and young adults to nurture their interest in hunting, wildlife conservation, shooting and the Second Amendment. Find out more about NRA youth contests here.
The NRA proudly recognizes those who have demonstrated dedication to the Second Amendment, positively impacted the shooting sports, advanced the goals of the NRA and exemplified leadership through public service.