International Scholarship Program for Ambassadors of Goodwill

(The William J. Menghini District 6460 Endowment for a Scholarship – Established under the rules for Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarships)

The William J. Menghini 6460 Endowed Scholarship program supports the vision of The Rotary Foundation to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace by:
• Increasing awareness of and respect for cultural differences by sending ambassadors of goodwill to study in another country
• Instilling in scholars the Rotary ideal of Service Above Self through active participation in Rotary service projects
• Encouraging scholars to dedicate their personal and professional lives to improving the quality of life for the people of their home communities and countries
• Developing leaders who can address the humanitarian needs of the world community.

During the study period, scholars are expected to be outstanding ambassadors of goodwill to the people of the host country through appearances before Rotary Clubs and Districts, schools, civic organizations, and other forums.  After study has been completed, scholars will be expected to share their experiences with the Rotarians in District 6460.

Applicants must have completed at least two years of university or college course work. The Applicant must be a legal or permanent resident or attend college/university in District 6460. Applicants must initially apply through the Scholarship Committee of District 6460 with a copy to a Rotary Club located in the area of their legal or permanent residence, or place of full-time study or employment. Persons with disabilities and members of Rotaract Clubs and past Interact students are eligible and encouraged to apply.

The following persons are ineligible for the William J. Menghini District 6460 Endowed Scholarship:
A Rotarian, an honorary Rotarian, an employee of a club, district, or other Rotary entity or of Rotary International; a spouse, lineal descendant (child or grandchild by blood or adopted or not adopted), a spouse of a lineal descendant, or an ancestor (parent or grandparent) of any living person in the foregoing categories. This program is not a Study Abroad Program through a domestic college/university.

The availability of The William J. Menghini District 6460 Scholarship is determined by Rotary District 6460 and varies from year to year. Applicants must contact the District Scholarship Committee to:
• Determine if funding for a scholarship is available
• Determine the amount of the scholarship
• Inquire about application deadlines.

Applications are available here:  Rotary District 6460 (Menghini)International Scholarship (2018-19) Application

Additional Information on the Brochure: William J Menghini District 6460 Endowed Scholarship Brochure

All applications must be received by midnight May 31. 2018 .  [Please note:  the deadline has been extended beyond the date of May 15 listed on the application forms.] . Interviews will be schedule no later than July 9.

Applicants must apply to the Scholarship Committee of District 6460. Additionally, the applicant must adhere to the conditions/regulations stated on the application.

Any questions may be directed to the Scholarship Chair:

Kris Rosentreter
District 6460 Scholarship Chair

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