Rotary Global Grants Workshop

Wednesday, February 21 at 4 PM, Gressette Room, Harper College 3rd floor
Rising Juniors, Seniors, & Graduate Students, $30,000+ for graduate work abroad in one of Rotary’s six areas of focus.
Local Rotarians will be in attendance.

If you want to spend your career helping people through promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education, or growing local economies, then you should apply for a Rotary Global Grant!

A Global Grant funds scholarships for a minimum of $30,000 for students for graduate level study abroad, in conjunction with community service activities with sustainable, measurable outcomes that respond to real community needs. You are eligible to apply starting in your junior year at USC. You must be a US citizen to apply. Applicants must be sponsored by a local Rotary club in their permanent residence or in District 7770 (SC Midlands and Coast). Application Deadline to Rotary Club: April 1, 2018 for study during the 2019-2020 academic year.

The Rotary Global Grant could be perfect for nursing, public health, economics, education, engineering, and political science majors to have a chance to take their knowledge and skills abroad to expand their world view. USC has had at least one recipient three out of the past four years, with two in the last cycle—you could be next!

For more information please contact the Office of Fellowships and Scholar Programs at ofsp@sc.edu or at 777-0958, or visit our website at www.sc.edu/ofsp

Looking for more opportunities? Investigate National Fellowship Opportunities with INFO, our searchable database www.sc.edu/ofsp/info

We hope to see you soon!