Global Scholars
Prestigious Rotary Scholarship Available – Join the Search for Applicants

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 Rotary Foundation Global Grants Scholarships.

District 6900 is offering two competitive $30,000 scholarships for graduate study for students wishing to begin their studies in the fall of 2019.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,
  • 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 be US citizens and have residence in the state of Georgia or be employed full time or be a fulltime student in a university in the state of Georgia.

Applications are due at 12:00 noon, October 15, 2018.

What can your Rotary Club do ... To find, encourage and support a new generation of talent who will help do the work of Rotary? To begin a life-long relationship with a talented humanitarian professional? Learn more about the scholarship eligibility requirements at https://rotary6900.org/v2/page/33.Invite one of the scholarship committee members listed below to visit your club to help your members discover ways to join the talent search. What an excellent way to partner with young people who are well on their way to making a significant difference in our world!

Posted by Kathy Brandt
March 6, 2018


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