Langley prioritizes the wellbeing and education for our members and employees in the communities in which they live, work, and play. Access to education is the foundation of success and financial wellbeing. Langley is dedicated to increasing access to higher education, supporting local students and teachers, and helping bridge the technology gap. Below are Langley's current scholarship offerings with information on how to apply.
Langley has established a grant program to assist educators teaching elementary, middle, and high school students. Up to 30 teachers will be selected to receive a $500 grant to help support current or new classroom projects. Educators must teach within the Hampton Roads, Virginia area. The grant monies can be used to support either a new or existing lesson plan for the current academic year.
*For information on our 2021-2022 winners, please visit the press release.
The Jean M. Yokum College Scholarships are awarded to successful applicants who are members of Langley's Constellation Club. The club is designed for children through the age of 18 and provides a tool for parents to teach their children the importance of financial responsibility. Each year in May, six deserving college-bound members are awarded a $5,000 scholarship. Scholarships are reviewed by the Peninsula Community Foundation and awarded based on need, academic performance, community involvement and a personal essay. Congratulations to our 2022 Scholarship Recipients! For more information on our scholars, please visit the press release.
Applications for the 2023 Jean M. Yokum College Scholarship are being accepted now through April 3. To apply, visit the Peninsula Community Foundation’s scholarship webpage.
Each year, Langley awards $5,000 to four rising Juniors enrolled in the CNU Luter School of Business. The scholarship is renewed annually for that student. For details or to apply, please contact CNU.
Langley is a proud supporter of William & Mary's inaugural Posse Scholars cohort, a partnership with The Posse Foundation that provides full scholarships to diverse cohorts of students. Many of the scholars are first generation college students or may not have otherwise seen the university as an affordable option. Students are selected from a competitive pool of hundreds of candidates from across Virginia. The Posse Foundation is a national organization that gained attention in 2010 when it was one of 10 organizations to receive a share of U.S. President Barack Obama's Nobel Prize award money.
Langley Federal Credit Union partners with Hampton University to offer scholarships to students enrolled in the Hampton University School of Business. Starting in the fall of 2018, Langley awards four $5,000 scholarships, one to a student in each year. Scholarships will be renewed annually. For details or to apply, please contact William R. Smith, Scholarship/Grants Coordinator at 757-727-5635 or visit https://www.hamptonu.edu/studentservices/financialaid/contact/.
Langley supports the Old Dominion University Alumni Association by contributing 10 $2,500 Legacy scholarships to assist children of an ODU alumnus/ae. Recipients must be full-time undergraduate students in good academic standing. For details or to apply, please contact ODU's Office of Financial Aid.