Entries by Robyn Kehoe

Tips for Fire Prevention Week

It’s Fire Prevention Week and FEEA wants you and your loved ones to be safe in your home. The U.S. Fire Administration has a variety of resources for educating yourself, including helpful flyers for home and apartment fire safety. In addition to putting smoke alarms on every level of your home and both inside and […]

FEEA Scholarship Application 2020 is OPEN!

It’s Scholarship Time! FEEA is kicking off Higher Education Month with with the launch of our 2020 FEEA scholarship application! You can learn more about the program and get the link to the application at www.feea.org/scholarships. Final deadline for submitting is Wednesday, March 25, 2020, at 3pm EDT. Start early so there’s plenty of time to write your […]

Congratulations to the 2019 FEEA Scholarship Finalists!

FEEA is pleased to announce the finalists of its 2019 merit-based scholarship competition. This year, FEEA awarded 214 scholarships, with support from its partners. Selected from nearly 2,500 applicants, these individuals were chosen for their outstanding academic achievements and community engagement. A full list of finalists can be found here: http://feea.org/2019finalists The 2019 finalists represent a […]

FEEA Remembers

On this sad anniversary, FEEA honors the nearly 3,000 men, women, and children who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, in New York, Pennsylvania, and Washington, DC. We particularly remember the federal employees who perished while serving our nation. FEEA wishes peace to all who lost loved ones in this horrific attack.

Last Chance to See the G.O.A.T. and Support FEEA!

Don’t miss out! Please join us this Thursday, September 12, for a great night of rock’n’roll to support of FEEA and feds. Get your tickets today and be sure to choose G.O.A.T. Rodeo as the band you’re supporting! If you can’t join us at the 930 Club, you can still support the event and help […]

Help for Feds in Hurricane Dorian’s Path

With Hurricane Dorian still churning up the Atlantic Coast, FEEA is thinking about feds from Florida to New England who have been or will be in the path of torrential rain and high winds. We hope our federal family in the Carolinas is safe today. If you or someone you know experiences serious damage to […]