Rotary clubs of Southeastern Wisconsin (District 6270) will award one scholar a $30,000 Global Grant Scholarship (GGS)
formerly known as a Rotary “Ambassadorial Scholarship” for matriculation Fall 2018. The purpose of the Global Grant Scholarship, a graduate-level study opportunity often outside the US, is to further international understanding and friendly relations among people of different countries and geographical areas, within one of Rotary’s six areas of focus.
Additionally, several Scholarly Stipends (SS) may be awarded throughout the year ($2-3000)
to provide an opportunity for the applicant to: travel to attend a conference to present an accepted paper, fund coursework, or fund a short-term volunteer opportunity, all within one of Rotary’s six areas of focus.
Applicants hold at least an undergraduate degree or anticipate graduation within the coming year. To be eligible applicant must be a resident in OR have strong ties to SE Wisconsin. Experience (professional or volunteer) in the field of study is required. Applicant can not be related to a Rotarian but can be a member of Rotaract.
Application deadline for the Global Grant Scholarship is January 15, 2018; Interviews are Saturday, January 27, 2081 or Feb. 3, 2018
. Scholarly Stipend applications are due and reviewed quarterly (February 15, May 15, August 15, and November 15).
To learn more about the scholarships’ criteria, process, eligibility, etc. go to the Rotary District 6270 website http://portal.clubrunner.ca/50114/SitePage/scholarships
OR contact Rotary District 6270 Scholarship Chair, Karen Plunkett 414-403-4878 firstname.lastname@example.org
to complete your application
For more information
, see the informational document attached here: 2017-rotary-scholarship.pdf