Do you know a young person who is
ready for graduate study and wants to study abroad? Do they have career goals
which are consistent with Rotary Foundation Areas of Focus? Are they committed
to service and interested in building a relationship with a Rotary Club in
another country? Would $30,000 help them achieve their education goals? If the
answer to these questions is yes, then let them know about the Global Grant Scholarship funded by The Rotary Foundation.
District 6900 is
offering two competitive $30,000 scholarships for graduate study starting the
fall of 2018. The student’s career goals
must align with at least one of the Rotary Foundation Areas of Focus: Peace and
Conflict Prevention/Resolution, Disease Prevention and Treatment, Water and
Sanitation. Maternal and Child Health, Basic Education and Literacy, and
Economic and Community Development.
Scholars may NOT be a Rotarian; an
employee of a club, district, or any other Rotary entity; or the spouse, a
lineal descendant, or an ancestor of any person in the first two categories.
Scholars MAY BE a member of a Rotaract Club. Scholars must have
residence in District 6900 or must be employed full time in the District or be
a fulltime student in a university in the District.
due Monday, October 16 at 12:00 noon.. For
more information and a copy of the application, check out the Rotary 6900
To schedule a presentation at your club about the amazing benefits that clubs
may enjoy through their participation and for help in identifying qualified
candidates in your community, contact a member of the District 6900
Scholarship Committee: Stuart Gulley (Atlanta); Jack Hellriegel (Buckhead),
Carl Prikle (Sandy Springs); Grady Enlow (Thomasville); Mark Keramidas (Buckhead); Eleni Bafas (Dunwoody);
Mike Irvin (Muscogee); Robbie Green (North Columbus); Anne Glenn (Dunwoody), Kathy Brandt (Dunwoody).
Scholarship inquiries may also be sent to Kathy Brandt, District Scholarship
Chair at email@example.com.