Deadline: May 6, 2016
If you are an outstanding high school senior or a current college student studying (or planning on studying) in Washington DC, Maryland or Virginia, then you won’t want to miss this scholarship! Designed specifically for international students to help create a better life for themselves and their families, this one lucky award recipient will receive $1,000.
To be eligible, you must meet the following criteria:
- You must have a minimum of a 3.0 GPA
- Enrolled or accepted as an international student in a US school in Washington DC, Maryland or Virginia
- Your school must be a 2 or 4-year college
- Fully complete the application submitted by May 6th
Your application will require that you fill at the online application form, have two letters of recommendations (one of which must be from a teacher, professor, guidance counselor, or principal), an official transcript, and proof of acceptance or enrollment into an accredited university or college in Washington DC, Maryland or Virginia. You will also be required to submit two essays to further distinguish you and your ambitions. Essay topics will include discussing your professional aspirations, your inspiration in life, contributions to your community, etc.
If you are looking for some extra cash, and are interested in studying in Washington DC, Maryland or Virginia, be sure to check out this award and submit by Friday, May 6, 2016.
This competition is open to students around the world, and is looking to recognize tomorrow’s leaders. The focus of this award is on the themes of diversity and inclusion, and is committed to providing students with the opportunity to study at any university in France of the United Kingdom.
The winner of the award will earn $2,500 to help cover their tuition and any other university-related costs such as books, labs, fees, computer. There is also the potential to renew for another year.
Interested in studying in France or the UK? Here’s how:
To enter, students must discuss their efforts to promote diversity and inclusion, as well as how they plan to continue this work in the future. Students will be required to submit two detailed statements about this topic, and the active role they play in encouraging diversity at home (and perhaps, abroad). In addition to these essays, students will also need to submit a letter of recommendation, transcript, resume, and photo – so be sure to gather your materials and submit them before the deadline.
When’s the deadline? Be sure to get your award submitted by Saturday, April 30th to be entered to win. Learn more about the award here.