Welcome! I’m so glad you clicked onto this link! That probably means
you’re interested in learning how you can help.
The MCCIA’s a small association, and its leadership tries very hard to
communicate with all members so they’ll know what their organization is
doing, and so the organization can reach out when it needs help. Members
range in age from retirees in their 80s to young active duty sergeants
still in their 20s. And our unique passion – the glue that binds us
together – is our connection to Marine Corps counterintelligence and to
its ever-growing sibling, human intelligence.
The MCCIA is,
truly, a band of brothers. We brothers exist to help each other, to grow
our membership, and to share knowledge. The older members offer
historical perspective and the occasional lesson-learned, and the younger
members provide a continuous stream of knowledge and current affairs of
the MOS to the entire membership.
As you know,
we’ve now developed our own scholarship program to provide annual
financial grants to our members’ children, grandchildren, and wives who
are in full-time pursuit of a college degree.
the funds for these grants? We do. We members provide funds through our
own direct contributions and by persuading friends, family, business
enterprises (and anyone else!), that contributions to this fund are a
members who find a fifty or hundred dollar contribution each year a bit
too much for their already-stretched family budget, we’d be thrilled to
have twenty. Ten. Five. And if even that’s too much, we’d love to have
the pocket-change from the top of your nightstand. The bottom line, of
course, is that this program of ours will be only as successful as our
contributions make it, and the number of students we help with our grants
each year is completely - entirely - dependent upon us. We band of
earnestly for your contributions not only this year, but every year
hereafter. Let’s be always faithful to our college students
who deserve our help. With whatever amount you can spare, please
mark your check for “Scholarship Fund,” and mail it to MCCIA at the address listed at the bottom of this page.
Mike Dubrule, Chairman
MCCIA Scholarship Program