ATF Association Scholarships
Applications Now Closed
Applicaitons are now closed for the ATFA Foundation Annual LeBleu, McKeehan, Williams & Willis Scholarship and John Bost III Memorial Scholarship, in honor of ATF Special Agent John Bost. Once the committee reviews the applications everyone will be notified.
Seeking All Former ATF Peer Support / Responders
Through a collaborative process with ATF HQ Special Operations Division, the ATF Association and Foundation hopes to establish in the very near future a means for retired ATF personnel to have access to Peer Support via a network of retired ATF Peer Responders who would be willing to continue to be there for those in need.
Commitment, bravery and integrity - ATF character is recognized each year by the ATFA Foundation scholarships in memory of Conway C. LeBleu, Todd W. McKeehan, Robert J. Williams and Steven D. Willis, four special agents who lost their lives on February 28, 1993 during the execution of federal warrants at the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, TX.
Our members connect for camaraderie, friendship and support. We reach out using Facebook, LinkedIn and our digital member directory. Social gatherings and volunteer opportunities give retirees and employees the opportunity to informally meet, socialize and reconnect.
The foundation provides financial assistance to retirees, employees and their survivors in times of need. Since 2016, the Foundation has distributed 135 grants to ATF retirees and employees. College scholarships are offered to the children and grandchildren of ATFA members based on financial need, academic achievement, and leadership qualities.
Association members receive regular newsletters that feature “Where Are They Now” articles highlighting members' activities since retiring. Members also have access to Inside ATF, job postings and a curated list of books written by ATF authors. The Association strives to keep members updated on ATF news and events.
A non-public Facebook page has been established for members of ATFA and current and retired employees of ATF who are not yet members of ATFA. To be a part of this group send an email request to either Laszlo Simonyi or to Jack Killorin. After they receive your request, they will invite you into the group.
You can also participate in the ATF Association's group on LinkedIn. This is a public site and you can find it and become a member by clicking HERE.